The full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, which followed the annexation of Crimea in 2014, has sparked the biggest crisis in Europe since the Second World War. In this context, the Centre for Geopolitics is pleased to announce the establishment of a programme on the ‘Future of Ukraine‘, which will be a collaboration with Cambridge University Ukrainian Studies and will sit within the ‘Europe Strand’ directed by Brendan Simms. The programme will be led by Rory Finnin, Professor of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Cambridge, and Dr Victoria Vdovychenko, BA CARA Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Building on past work (link to previous events), the programme pulls together existing expertise in Cambridge and mobilises the community of Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, an academic centre launched in 2008 at the University. The ‘Future of Ukraine’ programme seeks to promote understanding of the history and politics of Ukraine, both in its wider international context and in its own right, in academe, government, business and the wider public.

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