The conflict in Ukraine has had a life-changing and severe impact on the residents of the country, creating a European refugee crisis the likes of which we have not seen since the Second World War. 

Paul Rogers, Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford and regular contributor on global security for openDemocracy, explores what the conflict in Ukraine means, not just for the country and its people, but also for European and global institutions and security. Will Putin’s actions in Ukraine create a chain of events that will change the world order?  Join us to find out.

About The Speaker

Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers is Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University. He trained originally as a biologist, lectured at Imperial College and worked in East Africa on tropical crop research before working on environmental conflicts and joining Peace Studies in 1979. His research is on the changing causes of international conflict, especially in relation to political violence, socio-economic divisions and environmental limits to growth.