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GIRS Situation Room: The Russia-Ukraine War
It has been widely claimed that mainstream IR studies failed to satisfactorily explain, much less predict, the end of the Cold War and the contours of the post-Cold War world now in the process of unforeseen and dramatic changes. Have we again missed something in our assessments? In the GIRS “situation room” you can meet scholars of different cultures, religions, and civilizations exploring how different narratives describe and influence major world crises: you will hear not simply one worldview posing as universal, but different narratives on contemporary global crises (from the Russia-Ukraine war, to the emerging global food, health, and energy crises).

- Maria Mälksoo, CEEISA President, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Shiping Tang, Fudan University
- Xiaoming Huang, Victoria University, NZ;
- George Soroka, Harvard University,
- Thomas Biersteker, Graduate Institute, Geneva
- Navnita Chadha Behera, University of Delhi
- Sean Molloy, University of Kent, UK
- Siba Grovogui, Cornell University
- Jocelyne Cesari, Georgetown and Harvard Universities

Moderators: V. Kubalkova, University of Miami and Renat Shaykhudtinov, FAU

This event is co-sponsored by CEEISA, the Central and East European International Studies Association.

Sep 7, 2022 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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