On February 23, Razom Think is launching a report titled U.S. Policy on Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of current American policy toward Ukraine. Intended primarily for those working on Ukraine within the executive and legislative branches, the document offers analysis of the impediments to Ukraine’s stability and of the humanitarian crisis ensuing from the hybrid war with Russia, as well as concrete recommendations for maximizing policy effectiveness.
The report will be publicly presented on Capitol Hill on February 23,2017. This presentation will be geared toward House and Senate staffers who would like to learn more and discuss the opportunities and challenges that Ukraine poses for the United States.
The event will be open to the public. Hors d’oeuvres and coffee will be served.
Please RSVP below since space is limited.
Thursday, February 23 at 3pm-4pm EST
Capitol Hill: 2168 Rayburn House Building, Gold Room
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3 years, 10,000 killed, and 1.8 million internally displaced persons — this is the staggering cost of the ongoing war in Ukraine. In addition to defending its territory, Ukraine is struggling to fight corruption and build a society that lives up to the democratic values of the Maidan. As fighting between government forces and Russian-backed separatists again spikes in eastern Ukraine, now is a critical moment to understand the key role that the U.S. plays in the path to peace. Read more about the report here.
If you have any questions, please contact Roxy Kozyckyj at firstname.lastname@example.org