Add to Calendar 12/09/2022 12:00 12/09/2022 01:15 America/New_York MIT Starr Forum: Energy as a Weapon of War: Russia, Ukraine, and Europe in Challenging Times Speakers Margarita Balmaceda and Constanze Stelzenm├╝ller discuss the energy dimension of the war in Ukraine. www.https://calendar.mit.edu/event/starr_forum_energy_as_a_weapon_of_war_russia_ukraine_and_europe_in_challenging_times# [email protected] Zoom webinar MM/DD/YYYY

Zoom webinar | Registration required: https://mit.zoom.us/webinar/register/8716637662420/WN_Yd1_bF0DS3mKt30f_7gxdg

 

Speakers:

Margarita Balmaceda is the Professor of Diplomacy and International Relations School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University; and an Associate of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Her most recent book is "Russian Energy Chains: the Remaking of  Technopolitics from Siberia to Ukraine to the European Union."

Constanze Stelzenm├╝ller is the Director and Fritz Stern Chair of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution. She is an expert on German, European, and trans-Atlantic foreign and security policy and strategy. 

Co-Chairs:

Carol Saivetz is a Senior Advisor in the MIT Security Studies Program. She is the author and contributing co-editor of books and articles on Soviet and now Russian foreign policy issues.

Elizabeth Wood is a Professor of History at MIT. She is the author most recently of Roots of Russia's War in Ukraine as well as articles on Vladimir Putin, the political cult of WWII, right-wing populism in Russia and Turkey, and US-Russian Partnerships in Science. She is Co-Director of the MISTI MIT-Eurasia Program.

Co-sponsors:  MIT Center for International Studies (CIS)MIT Security Studies Program (SSP)MISTI MIT-Eurasia Program

Date and Time
12/09/2022: 12:00 PM - 1:15 AM
Location
Zoom webinar
Email
[email protected]
Website
www.https://calendar.mit.edu/event/starr_forum_energy_as_a_weapon_of_war_russia_ukraine_and_europe_in_challenging_times#
Sponsoring Organization
MIT Center for International Studies