|Date:||Monday, Jun.29 2015|
|Time:||10:00 - 11:30 am|
|Location:||5th Floor, 1 Woodrow Wilson Plaza, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC
The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Polar Initiative and Kennan Institute, in association with the Institute for 21st Century Questions and Global Brief magazine present:
“Can Russian-Western Cooperation in the Arctic Survive the Current Conflict?”
With Irvin Studin, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, Global Brief Magazine; President, Institute for 21st Century Questions
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine affects the prospects for peace and general cooperation in the region and far beyond. One such area to consider is what impact the conflict will have on the future of the Arctic. Is there an agenda and, if so, the necessary political will for continued Russia-West cooperation in this theatre? What would such cooperation look like and what are the consequences if it fails to materialize?
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