One year of full-scale war on Ukraine: the perspectives of Harvard alums An HAA Allyship
Monday, February 20, 2023 - 9:00AM ET
HAA and Harvard Club of Ukraine invite you to a conversation about the year of war.
In case you missed it, you can view the conversation HERE
|USA: Prof. Matthew Bunn (HKS Faculty)
Works on non-proliferation and arms control at the HKS Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
Matt has been a thought leader in the area of averting nuclear war and nuclear terrorism for the past 20 years.
More at https://www.hks.harvard.edu/faculty/matthew-bunn
|USA: Prof. Michael Kimmage (PhD’2004 alumnus)
Chair of History Department at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC
Michael authored insightful articles in Foreign Affairs: what if the war doesn’t end, what if Ukraine wins, what if the war spins out of control?
More at https://www.foreignaffairs.com/authors/michael-kimmage
|Germany: Ulrich Hörning (MPA’2005 alumnus)
Mayor and Alderman for General Administration of the City of Leipzig
Ulrich has been leading a Ukraine coordination office. Leipzig championed the assistance to refugees across the EU.
More at https://www.leipzig.de/jugend-familie-und-soziales/auslaender-und-migranten/migration-und-integration/ukraine-hilfe
|Ukraine: Capt. Oleh Khalayim (MPA-ID'2004 alumnus)
Economist at the World Bank since 2005, has been an army reserve officer
In February 2022, two weeks before the full-scale invasion, army personnel office contacted Oleh in the US. He flew to Ukraine and joined the army on the day of the invasion.
More at https://wz.lviv.ua/ukraine/476355-pokynuv-robotu-u-svitovomu-banku-pishov-na-front