Ukraine , Russia The war in Ukraine: One year on

March 3, 2023
By Kristen de Groot | Penn Today

One year after the 2022 launch of the Russian Federation’s full-scale assault on Ukraine, how has support for Ukraine by the United States and Western Europe evolved, and what are the prospects for peace?

A panel of experts took the stage at Perry World House (PWH) to address these questions and more in an insightful discussion about the war so far and what the future holds for both Russia and Ukraine in the conflict.

Moderated by Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and PWH Visiting Fellow Trudy Rubin, the panel included Robin Dunnigan, the deputy assistant secretary responsible for Central and Eastern Europe in the State Department’s Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs; Maria Snegovaya, a senior fellow with the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; and PWH Visiting Fellow Brigadier Gen. (Ret.) Peter B. Zwack, who served as the U.S. senior defense official and attaché to the Russian Federation from 2012 to 2014, a period which included Russia’s first invasion of Ukraine.

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