[ONLINE] - Global Views on Ukraine: What Does Security Look Like From Different Vantage Points?

Future Security Forum 2022 Series

From sanctions to rising inflation and global food prices, the war in Ukraine has far-reaching implications for the rest of the world, at the same time as it is challenging traditional notions of security. Join the Future Security Forum and New America’s Planetary Politics Initiative for a discussion about how people from around the world see the war and its implications for how we understand war and security in the 21st century.


Alexander Cooley, PhD
, Professor of Political Science, Barnard College
Volodymyr Dubovyk, PhD, Associate Professor of International Relations, Odessa Mechnikov National University
Azadeh Moaveni, Director, Gender & Conflict Project, International Crisis Group
J. Luis Rodriguez, PhD, Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University 
Candace Rondeaux, Director, Future Frontlines, New America, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University
Moderator: Deborah Avant, PhD, Professor, Josef Korbel School of international Affairs, Director, Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security 

This event is a part of the Future Security Forum 2022 series.

The Forum is the premier annual event of New America and Arizona State University’s Future Security project—a research, education, and policy partnership that develops new paradigms for understanding and addressing new and emerging global challenges. Co-sponsors for the 2022 Future Security Forum are Joint Special Operations University and the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College.