Conversations in Conflict Studies presents: Oleksiy Anokhin
400 Eggers Hall, the PARCC Conference Room
"Crimea Conflict and a Sense of Urgency." Oleksiy Anokhin, Executive Master of Public Administration Student at the Syracuse University Maxwell School.
Description: Oleksiy Anokhin will discuss the conflict in Ukraine since 2014 and the eventual annexation which has occurred in Crimea that changed the map of the world. In his discussion, Mr. Anokhin will analyze how this conflict has affected the global security and the balance of powers. He will utilize John Kotter's theory "a Sense of Urgency" to evaluate the balancing of global powers and their impact on international actors specifically from the perspective of Ukraine and Russia. The diplomatic relations’ successes and failures over Crimea between these two nations and Western powers will be utilized to address future engagement within this region. Mr. Oleksiy Anokhin joins the EMPA program with a strong interest in nonprofit management and post conflict reconstruction. During the past five years he served as a senior public servant in Ukraine within several state bodies including the Presidential Office, Parliament, Cabinet of Ministers and Ministry of Justice. He earned a Master of Laws from Taurida National University in Crimea.
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