David Cameron: Events in Ukraine
David R. Cameron is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Yale University and the former director of the MacMillan Center’s Program on European Union Studies. He has written extensively on the EU and recently on the events in Ukraine. He teaches courses on European politics and the European Union.
- December 10, 2021 - Why the build-up of Russian forces on the Ukraine border?
- January 4, 2022 - Update on the Russia-Ukraine crisis: Negotiations start next week.
- January 11, 2022 - After Geneva, U.S.-Russia talks on Ukraine move to NATO, then to the OSCE
- January 20, 2022 - After talks in Geneva, at NATO and at the OSCE, Ukraine crisis continues. And so too do the talks – this week in Kyiv, Moscow, Berlin and Geneva
- January 20, 2022 - With mounting fears that Russia will send in troops, talks on Ukraine continue
- February 3, 2022 - After U.S. & NATO reject Russia’s proposals, outlook for Ukraine is grim. But Normandy format talks still offer a pathway to peaceful resolution of the crisis.
- February 11, 2022 - After flurry of high-level diplomacy and another long Normandy format meeting, threat of war in Ukraine continues
- February 24, 2022 - Frustrated by refusals to give Russia security guarantees & implement Minsk 2, Putin recognizes pseudo-states in Donbas and invades Ukraine
- February 28, 2022 - EU condemns Russia’s recognition of “people’s republics” & invasion, imposes three packages of sanctions, bans some banks from SWIFT, and approves military aid
- March 21, 2022 - As Russian attacks against Kyiv, Mariupol, other cities continue, some progress in peace talks. But toughest issues remain
- March 24, 2022 - As war in Ukraine enters fifth week, G7, NATO & EU leaders strongly condemn Russia
- March 28, 2022 - Facing strong resistance from Ukraine military, Russia shifts focus to “liberation of Donbas.” Meanwhile peace talks resume in Turkey.
- April 19, 2022 - With “butcher of Syria” in charge, Russia shifts focus to Donbas
- May 03, 2022 - Russia making progress in “liberation” of the Donbas. But still unable to declare victory, Putin may declare war, annexation of the Donbas and land bridge to Crimea on Victory Day.
- May 25, 2022 - As the war in Ukraine grinds on, both sides thinking about how and when it will end.
- June 01, 2022 - After Hungary & others get “temporary exception” from ban on Russian oil, EU leaders agree on sixth package of sanctions