The Future of Ukraine - is there a Roadmap for Peace?


A public discussion between members of the Verkhovna Rada, the Hungarian National Assembly, the European Parliament, and experts



Date: 27 March 2023 I 14:00-15:30

Language: English  

Venue: Central European University I Room 103 (1051 Budapest, Nádor street 15.) 

The event, along similar lines than the closed-door discussion, will discuss the impact of the Ukraine war on European Security, concepts and understanding of peace, and on Transatlantic cooperation.

The questions we would like to address during the discussion:

  • How did the war in Ukraine changed discussions on the idea of “strategic autonomy”?
  • How much impact Russian disinformation has on European societies? How does it evolve?
  • How the Ukrainian society and political elites have reacted to the war?
  • Are there possible roadmaps for peace?
  • Is there a “Ukraine fatigue” in Europe?
  • How will the events in Ukraine change the security landscape in Europe?
  • How will the specific steps to re-build Ukraine will look like?
  • What is the future of Ukraine and what this means for the territorial integrity of Europe, EU member status, and the impact on multilateralism and the world order?
  • What are the dimensions in which European countries can help Ukraine in the future?



14:00-14:10 Kick-off remarks by Anton Bendarzsevszkij – Director of Research and Content at Oeconomus


14:00-15:15 Panel discussion

Viola von Cramon-Taubadel – MEP, Greens/EFA

Maria Mezentseva – MP, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine; Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Márton Tompos – MP, Momentum, Hungary 

     Moderator: Péter Krekó – Director, Political Capital; Senior Fellow, CEPA


15:20-15:30 Q&A


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