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April 2022

Armenian Genocide Denial: Implications for Regional Geo-Politics, Cultural Heritage, and Academia

April 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Crowe Room, Goddard 310, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, 160 Packard Avenue
Medford, MA United States

Please join the Fletcher Armenia Club, Tufts Armenian Club, and the Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy for a panel discussion and Q&A on the multi-dimensional consequences of genocide denial, particularly on Turkey's policy of denial vis-a-vis the Armenian Genocide. The panelists will touch upon how genocide and genocide denial has, and continues to impact the region's geo-politics, cultural heritage, global academia, and the pursuit of self-determination of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Armenians. Please make sure to register for the event…

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Can the West Do More to Help Ukraine? Perspectives from NATO and the EU

April 22 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
WebEx

European Horizons, the transatlantic affairs society at the College of Europe would like to invite you to its upcoming event. NATO’s Spokesperson Oana Lungescu, Deputy Head of Cabinet of the HR/VP Josep Borrell Mathieu Briens, and former US Ambassador to NATO and US Special Representative for Ukraine negotiations Kurt Volker will join us online to answer the question What can the West do More to Help Ukraine? This panel will be moderated by freelance journalist Teri Schultz and will be…

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War and Putin’s Russia

April 26 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Zoom

Why does war play such a central role in Russia’s self-image? How does this impact its view of the world and how has Putin used this history to justify his invasion of Ukraine? How a country defines its past can profoundly shape how it sees its present. This is not merely a facet of propaganda but a deadly serious matter as we now see unfolding before us. Join Tufts University, Office of Alumni Engagement for a virtual conversation with Gregory…

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Hunger and Humanitarian Crisis – Broader Implications of the War in Ukraine

April 27 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
Behrakis Auditorium, 150 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02111 United States

Please join The Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy online for a special Friedman Speaker Series event. The Friedman School, in partnership with the Feinstein International Center, presents special guest Oleg Ninievskyi (Kyiv School of Economics) in conversation with Daniel Maxwell, (Henry J. Leir Professor in Food Security, Friedman School) and Evan Easton-Calabria, (Senior Researcher, Feinstein International Center, and Research Associate, Refugee Studies Center, Oxford University). You can attend the event in person, or watch it on live stream here.  Moderated by Paul…

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May 2022

War in Ukraine: Humanitarian Crisis

May 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Zoom

Please join the Russia and Eurasia Program for a conversation with alumni of The Fletcher School and Harvard University. They will discuss allegations of war crimes committed by the Russian military, humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine, refugees and internally displaced people, and the role of the media in bringing the reported atrocities to light. The event is open to the public. Please make sure to register via myFletcher to participate in the event on Zoom.   Speakers:  

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The Implications of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine for International Law and Security

May 21 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
ASEAN Auditorium, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, 160 Packard Avenue
Medford, MA 02155 United States

During the Fletcher Reunion Reboot at Alumni Weekend, Professors Chris Miller, Tom Dannenbaum, and Abigail Linnington will discuss the war in Ukraine and its implications for international law and security. To register for the event please go to myFletcher. Framing Questions: Does the invasion show that Vladimir Putin is a strategic or opportunistic leader? What aims do Russia, Ukraine, and the West have in the war, and how have they evolved over the last three months? Why did most Western…

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War in Ukraine: Economy and Business

May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Zoom

Please join the Russia and Eurasia Program for a conversation with alumni of The Fletcher School and Harvard University. They will discuss the destruction of Ukraine's economy, Western sanctions against Russia, and their implications for the rest of the world with regard to finance, supply chains, energy, agriculture, food security, and shipping. The event is open to the public. Please make sure to register via myFletcher to participate in the event on Zoom. Speakers:    

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June 2022

War in Ukraine: International Security

June 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Zoom

Please join the Russia and Eurasia Program for a conversation with alumni of The Fletcher School and Harvard University. They will discuss the international security lessons from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, such as reassessing the military strength of Russia, strengthening deterrence on NATO’s eastern flank, advancing EU defense and security, providing military assistance to Ukraine, and managing escalation risks. The event is open to the public. Please make sure to register via myFletcher to participate in the event on Zoom.   Speakers:  

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21st Annual Talloires Symposium: Trans-Atlantic Relations: Political and Economic Security Dimensions

June 17 @ 5:00 pm - June 19 @ 12:00 pm
Tufts University European Center

Please join us for the first in person Talloires Symposium since 2019! Trans-Atlantic Relations: Political and Economic Security Dimensions We are pleased to be able to offer this event in person for the first time in three years, in an enhanced format that will offer unprecedented remote engagement for those unable to join us in person.Throughout the three-day schedule, much of the programming will be offered via Zoom in order to include as many interested alumni as possible. For those…

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Economic globalization after Ukraine

June 27 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Hybrid

In the three months since Russia invaded Ukraine, we have witnessed the U.S., the EU, and other economies move in concert to impose the most sweeping economic sanctions measures in modern history on Russia. Given the size of the Russian economy, these measures have been unprecedented not only in their scope but in the magnitude of cooperation among Western partners. These sanctions and high levels of coordination among the West signal a potentially new stage in economic globalization. On the…

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