March 2015 Question of the Month: How serious is the Ukraine conflict? Can this be resolved through cooperation or are we headed for a new Cold War?

CREDIT: European Parliament (CC)

How serious is the Ukraine conflict? Can this be resolved through cooperation or are we headed for a new Cold War? What would such a conflict look like? Share your thoughts this month on the GEN.

Below are some Carnegie Council resources that discuss the conflict in Ukraine and Russia’s relationship with the West. Listen to their thoughts and then tell us what you think!

David Speedie US Global Engagement article titled “Then and Now: Eight Lingering Questions on U.S.-Russia-Ukraine” -

Devin Stewart’s interview of Rajan Menon titled “Ukraine: The New Cuban Missile Crisis?” -

Rene Wadlow’s article titled “Ukraine: A Federalist Future?” -

Dimitri Trenin’s US Global Engagement Security Bulletin titled “Ukraine and the New Divide between the United States and Russia” -

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