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Amitav Acharya & Cristina Mas

Russia-Ukraine: world order in crisis

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Professor Amitav Acharya analyzes, with the journalist Cristina Mas, the global geopolitical consequences of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine within the framework of the Summer School "International Relations Upside Down: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Pandemic World".

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has brought Europe a crisis unprecedented since World War II. But what does this war mean for the current world order? Does it imply the resurrection of the West, as some commentators have suggested, or represents instead the end of its international leadership? What are the dilemmas and responses of the Global South Countries when responding to the conflict? Professor Amitav Acharya discusses in this session the possibility that this war may accelerate the transition to a more interconnected and interdependent international order.

This event, presented and moderated by the journalist Cristina Mas, is part of the Summer School "International Relations Upside Down: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Pandemic World", organized by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations and the GLOBALCODES research group, and will take place from July 12 to 15, at the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication and International Relations, at the Ramon Llul University in Barcelona.

Presenters: Amitav Acharya

Moderators: Cristina Mas

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Amitav Acharya and Cristina Mas

Russia-Ukraine: world order in crisis

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has brought Europe a crisis unprecedented since World War II. But what does this war mean for the current world order? Professor Amitav Acharya analyzes, with the journalist Cristina Mas, its global geopolitical consequences.

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