Event: Ukraine Crisis: Implications for International Policy and Diplomacy

A panel of UVA experts discuss the global ripple effects of Russia’s attack on Ukraine with a focus on international policy, diplomacy and humanitarian implications. The moderated panel discussion will lead into open audience Q&A. To-go catering by Feast will be provided to attendees following the event.


Philip Potter, Associate Professor of Politics and Policy; Director of the National Security Policy Center


Kirsten Gelsdorf, Professor of Practice of Public Policy and Leadership; Director of Global Humanitarian Policy

George Foresman, Executive Director and Senior Advisor of the National Security Policy Center

Ambassador Stephen D. Mull, UVA’s Vice Provost for Global Affairs

For the protection of our staff, faculty, and guests, the Batten School strongly encourages visitors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and recommends that unvaccinated patrons watch the recorded discussion online following the in-person program. This event is co-sponsored by the Batten School, National Security Policy Center and  UVA Humanitarian Collaborative.

Friday, March 4, 2022
Great Hall, Garrett Hall