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Independence Day of Ukraine: SFU experts available
Local celebrations are being held by Ukrainian communities in Vancouver and across Canada to mark Ukraine’s Independence Day on Thursday, August 24 as the war continues in their homeland.
Experts from Simon Fraser University are available to provide insight about the various issues and latest developments in the war.
AVAILABLE SFU EXPERTS
JAMES HORNCASTLE, assistant professor, humanities, Edward and Emily McWhinney Professor in International Relations
Expertise: International relations, refugees, migration, NATO, Balkan history, special military operations, the European Union.
*See his recent articles about the Wagner Group revolt and the Ukrainian counteroffensive.
PAUL MEYER, professor, international studies
Expertise: Arms control aspects of the war such as use of cluster munitions and landmines.
*See his recent article about nuclear-armed states and the need for a sustained commitment to an arms reduction treaty.
MELISSA SHAW, SFU Communications & Marketing
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