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The war on Ukraine explained: More from our experts - 26 April 2022

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What’s happening on the ground? How has the war impacted civilians in Russia and Ukraine? Is a nuclear, chemical or biological attack likely? Can Putin be put on trial for Russia’s alleged war crimes? Has any progress been made around peace negotiations? Could the international community be doing more?

Two months on from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we’ve gone back to experts in the School of Security Studies to get their take on how the war is unravelling and get answers to the many questions that have arisen since the war began.

This free online event follows on from our discussion last month ‘The war on Ukraine explained: Hear from our experts’. It is open to all staff and students at King’s College London. 


Dr Zeno Leoni - Lecturer in ‘Challenges to the International Order', Defence Studies Department and affiliate to the Lau China Institute


  • Professor Tracey German - Reader in Conflict and Security, Defence Studies Department
  • Dr Ruth Deyermond - Senior Lecturer in Post-Soviet Security, Department of War Studies and King’s Russia Institute
  • Dr Filippa Lentzos - Senior Lecturer in Science and International Security, Department of War Studies and Co-Director of the Centre for Science and Security Studies
  • Dr Maria Varaki - Lecturer in International Law, Department of War Studies and Co-Director of the War Crimes Research Group  
  • Dr Christopher Tuck - Reader in Strategic Studies, Defence Studies Department 

Please submit your questions on the War on Ukraine using this form. The form will close Tuesday 26 April at 15:00 PM BST. Questions will be selected ahead of the event and answered live.

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26 April 2022

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