Video: Geopolitical Shockwaves from Ukraine

  • Apr 30, 2014
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    In partnership with EAST Magazine, you are cordially invited to join us for a discussion on

    Geopolitical Shockwaves from Ukraine: Implications for Italy, Turkey, and Southeast Europe


    Mr. Giuseppe Scognamiglio
    Chairman, Europeye; Publisher, EAST Global Geopolitics

    Ms. Anne-Marie Slaughter
    President and CEO, New America Foundation

    Mr. Timothy Adams
    President and CEO, Institute for International Finance (IIF)

    Moderated by:

     Ms. Heather A. Conley
    Senior Fellow and Director, Europe Program, CSIS

    As the rest of Europe slowly emerges from the Eurozone crisis, Italy continues to struggle to produce economic growth and implement deep structural reforms. Meanwhile, the Turkish economy has been rocked by a plummeting currency and capital flight after a series of recent corruption scandals have raised concerns about Turkey’s future stability. Additionally, both Rome and Ankara – and their neighbors in the region – have deep commercial ties with Moscow. 

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