Online Expert Chat,23-24th November 2023.
References to the notion of ‘international order’ have become a commonplace in expert discussions and political rhetoric. Rules of the game in international politics are under challenge as the world is moving through series of crises. Well-known norms, institutions, and principles are insufficient or even obsolete. It might seem that deep structural transformations in international politics are opening a new stage for competition over hegemony.
These transformations and such a struggle deeply impact international security by weakening multilateral institutions, undermining regimes, and lowering trust among states. States respond by turning to values, strengthening alliances, engagement in regional conflicts. All that is happening against the backdrop of the weakening of democracy, the rise of populism, and the return of history – most of all in manifestations of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
- Vladyslav Faraponov, Internews Ukraine, Rubryka, Institute of American studies (Ukraine)
- Oleksii Voloshyn, Legal Specialist, UNDP (Ukraine)
- Yehor Brailian, Analyst, Research Center, Detector media (Ukraine)
- Vitaliy Yarmolenko, National Institute for Strategic Studies(Ukraine)
Moderator – Dr Mykola Kapitonenko, Co-Editor at UA: Ukraine Analytica, Associate Professor at Kyiv Institute of International Relations, Ukraine
The event is organized by UA: Ukraine Analytica. This project is supported financially by the International Renaissance Foundation.