Events organised in collaboration with the LSE Events team
NATO’s Strategic Concept
Monday 31st October 2022, 6.30pm – 8pm (hybrid event)
What’s NATO’s strategy for the next decade? After NATO published its new Strategic Concept in June 2022, in the midst of Russia’s war on Ukraine, and 12 years on from its last Strategic Concept, this event takes a look at how the strategy was formed and what it is for. With Dr Benedetta Berti (NATO), professor Christopher Coker (LSE), Andy Salmon (former Commandant General Royal Marines), and professor Mary Kaldor (LSE).
The Death of a Soldier Told by His Sister
Tuesday 28th February 2023, 6.30pm – 8pm (hybrid event)
What does it mean to be on the frontline of the Ukrainian resistance? Before February 2022 Ukraine was already at war with Russia – a conflict that had already cost thousands of Ukrainian lives by the time of the second Russian invasion. One of them was Olesya Khromeychuk's brother Volodymyr. In this public lecture, Olesya will discuss her book (Octopus, 2022) in light of the events of this year. Her lecture will be followed by a Q&A with Luke Cooper (LSE), Mary Kaldor (KSE) and Tim Judah (The Economist).
Russia – Ukraine Dialogues
From the 1st of November 2022, the LSE IDEAS Russia-Ukraine Dialogues is part-funded by PeaceRep’s Ukraine programme. For a full list of past and upcoming events click here.
Our team also provided informal support to these two previous events:
Russia-Ukraine Dialogues: Russian and Belarusian anti-war movements
Tuesday 21st June
Andrei Soldatov, Ella Rossman and Lolja Nordic dicsuss ongoing anti-war efforts of activists and their impacts on domestic politics in Russia and Belarus.
Click here to access the recordings of the webinar.
Russia-Ukraine Dialogues: economic scars of the war
Tuesday 26th July
Tymofyi Mylovanov, Nataliia Shapoval, Mary Kaldor and Luke Cooper discuss the economic impact of the war in Ukraine, and future reconstruction and development.
Click here to access the recordings of the webinar