Discussions in Warsaw and Krakow

logo skrot nee nowe 2012sq2New Eastern Europe and the Warsaw Office of the European Council on Foreign Relations invite you to a debate titled: Ukraine after Elections.



Location: Zielna Conference Centre, Zielna 37 street, Warsaw


Date: November 6th 2014


Time: 15:30 – 17:30


Please join us for a debate titled "Ukraine after Elections".


Discussants include:


Andrew Wilson - ECFR Senior Fellow, author of the book Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West (Yale University Press, 2014)

Paweł Kowal - Ph.D. Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish politician (Polska Razem) and member of New Eastern Europe’s editorial board

Andrzej Szeptycki - Ph.D., Institute of International Relations at University of Warsaw, contributor to Nowa Europa Wschodnia and member of the Polish-Ukrainian Partnership Forum

Tatyana Pushnova - Executive producer of Ukraine Today

logo ecfrModerator: Adam Reichardt, editor in chief of New Eastern Europe

The discussion will be accompanied by a presentation of Andrew Wilson’s new book as well as the new issue of New Eastern Europe dedicated to the one-year anniversary of the start of the EuroMaidan.

The discussion will be in Polish and English with simultaneous translation.

Because of limited space we kindly ask you for your RSVP via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 3 November 2014.


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plakat-wilsonENGOn November 7th 2014, New Eastern Europe invites you to a lecture by Andrew Wilson "Ukraine Crisis – What it means for the West?" in Kraków.


Location: UJ Campus, Łojasiewicza 4 street, room 0.101


Date: November 7th 2014


Time: 12.00 Noon

Andrew Wilson is a Senior Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations (London) and a permanent Reader in Ukrainian Studies at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) at the University College London. He is the author of the new book, Ukraine Crisis – What it means for the West published by Yale University Press.


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