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Diplomatic Paths to Resolution of the Ukraine/European Security Crisis

  • 02 марта 2022

On 2 March 2022, Alexey Gromyko, director of the Institute of Europe, RAS, took part in the online discussion "Diplomatic Paths to Resolution of the Ukraine/European Security Crisis: Russian, European & U.S. Perspectives".

Description: Our peace movements have been urging diplomacy, not war, midst the tensions of the bellicose political rhetoric of the Ukraine/European security crisis. Diplomacy is the only way to untie the Gordian knot of war. Former government officials, advisors and peace advocates have been developing and pressing for a wide range of diplomatic paths to a just and enduring peace.

Tarja Cronberg: Distinguished Associate Fellow with SIPRI the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. She served a member of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee and subcommittee for Security and Defense and is a member of the European Leadership Network's Executive Board. She is also Chair of the Finnish Peace Union and former Vice-President of the International Peace Bureau

Alexey Gromyko: Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Director of the RAS Institute of Europe, President of the Russian Association of European Studies, Chairman of Andrei Gromyko Association of Foreign Policy Studies, member of the Research Council for the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia and of the Research Council at the Russian Security Council, Editor-in-Chief, journal "Contemporary Europe", Executive Editor, journal "Social Sciences and Contemporary World".

Daryl Kimball: Executive Director of the Arms Control Association, he is a frequent source for reporters and has written and spoken extensively about nuclear arms control, non‐ proliferation, and weapons production. He has been recognized as a key individual whose ideas will help shape the policy debate on the future of nuclear weapons.

Initiated by the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security, Massachusetts Peace Action,​ International Peace Bureau