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Virtual Event | Ukraine’s Latest Security Crisis

Virtual Event | Ukraine’s Latest Security Crisis

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Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Peter Rough, Heritage Foundation foreign policy expert Luke Coffey and NATO officials David Cattler and Ambassador Baiba Braže for a discussion on Russia’s most recent incursions into Ukraine and the role of NATO in deterring Russian aggression.

Last month, Russia completed its concentration of large-scale military forces along its border to Ukraine, raising the specter of an escalation in hostilities between Russian-backed separatist forces and Kyiv. Although Moscow announced a military pullback after a tense period, the situation remains on a knife’s edge as NATO continues to attempt to deter Russian aggression. What does this portend for the future of the region, and how can NATO best support Ukrainian sovereignty and deter Russian aggression? Join Hudson Institute for this timely discussion.


David Cattler

Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security 2019, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

Ambassador Baiba Braže

Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy 2020, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

Luke Coffey

Director, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation

Peter Rough (Moderator)

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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