More than seven months into Russia’s second invasion of Ukraine, Russian forces have established a clear pattern of targeting civilians and civilian spaces. On September 20, USIP hosted a discussion of Russia’s crimes in Ukraine and whether they amount to genocide.
Lise Grande, opening remarks
President and CEO, United States Institute of Peace
Director of Special Initiatives, New Lines Institute
Prosecutor General of Ukraine
Ambassador Clint Williamson
Senior Director for International Justice, Georgetown Center for National Security; Lead Advisor, Atrocity Crimes Advisory Group
Ambassador William B. Taylor, moderator
Vice President, Russia and Europe, U.S. Institute of Peace; Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/russias-actions-ukraine-and-crime-genocide
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