UCLA’s Burkle Center for International Relations and Center for European and Eurasian Studies will hold the panel discussion "Ukraine in Crisis: Revolution and Russian Intervention," on Monday, Apr. 7 at 4 p.m. The panel will include UCLA professor of political science Daniel Treisman, who will also moderate the discussion; USC professor of international relations Robert English; and UC Berkeley professor of Soviet and post-Soviet studies Edward Walker. Treisman is currently working on a book-length study entitled "Our Serbian Brethren: History, Myth, and the Politics of Russian National Identity." He received the National or International Prize in Discipline, Marshal Shulman Prize in 2001 and Harold D. Lasswell Prize in 1996.
The event will be held at the UCLA School of Law, Room 1420. For more information, visit the Burkle Center.