Russia: What Happened? What's Next?

People in Sevastopol, Ukraine watch a broadcast of Russian President Putin's address to the Federal Assembly

People in Sevastopol, Ukraine watch a broadcast of Russian President Putin's address to the Federal Assembly

Reuters/Baz Ratner

Date:

April 9, 2014

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Program

What are the implications of the continuing standoff between Russia and the West over Ukraine? Learn what Crimea—and Ukraine—mean for Moscow, for Kiev, and for Russian President Vladimir Putin and why this matters to the U.S. and NATO. Join us for a discussion of the latest unfolding events in the region and how cooperation on other global and regional issues could be affected.

Olga Oliker
Associate Director, International Security & Defense Policy Center; Senior International Policy Analyst, RAND Corporation

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