The Future of the War in Ukraine: Two Years and Counting

On February 28, 2024, the Perry World House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, hosted a pivotal discussion titled “The Future of the War in Ukraine: Two Years and Counting.” Esteemed speakers, including Maksym Skrypchenko, President of the Transatlantic Dialogue Center, gathered to delve into the complex dynamics shaping Ukraine’s trajectory amid the ongoing war.

The discussion centered on pressing questions regarding the conflict in Ukraine. Participants explored the uncertain trajectory of the war and its implications for Ukraine’s future. Key inquiries included what Ukraine needs to achieve new gains on the battlefield, how the upcoming US presidential election and selection of a new NATO leader might impact the war, and potential scenarios for ending the conflict.

The speakers provided critical analyses and perspectives against the backdrop of shifting political dynamics and waning support for aid to Ukraine. The event’s significance extended beyond academic discourse, offering a platform for stakeholders to engage in meaningful dialogue and explore pathways toward peace and stability in the region. Maksym Skrypchenko’s participation exemplified the Transatlantic Dialogue Center’s commitment to fostering dialogue and understanding on issues of global significance.

You may see the event in full by following the link.