An event later today by at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.:
Russia’s violation of Ukrainian sovereignty late reminds Americans that we live in a dangerous world. Russia now controls the Crimean Peninsula, but the struggle for control over the region is far from over.
The United States has supported the Ukrainian dream of independence and transition to democracy and markets since the collapse of the Soviet Union. As one of the largest investors in Ukraine, the U.S. has real economic and geopolitical interests in Ukraine’s future.
As the U.S. and its allies are weighing their response, please join us for a discussion on the future of the transatlantic alliance, the impact on the global economy, and the way forward.Featuring
Christopher J. Griffin
Executive Director, Foreign Policy Initiative
Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D.
Distinguished Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Michael E. O'Hanlon, Ph.D.
Director of Research, Foreign Policy, and Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy,
Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence, Brookings Institution
James Carafano, Ph.D.
Vice President, Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, E. W. Richardson Fellow, and Director, The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies, The Heritage Foundation