Paul Rogers on the Ukraine Crisis


Paul Rogers gives an update on the Ukraine crisis, in the context of the legacy of the Cold War's proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; the impact of human activity on the global ecosystem; the growth of hypercapitalism and resulting poverty and insecurity; the competition for energy resources and strategic minerals; biological warfare programmes; and paramilitary actions against centres of power. Paul calls for a radical re-thinking of western perceptions of security that embraces a willingness to address the core issues of global insecurity.

Join us on Zoom. 7pm, Wednesday 8 June. Register here:

You can also join by phone if you don’t have the internet: see here for details of how to do this. Please call Claire on 0207 278 3344 for the Meeting ID and Passcode (these can also be found on the backpage of the print edition).

This is PN's second Zoom event with Professor Rogers about the Ukraine crisis. You can view the first event (which took place on 9 March 2022) here on read a transcript here.

Paul Rogers is emeritus professor of Peace Studies in the Department of Peace Studies and International Relations at Bradford University, northern England and an honorary fellow at the Joint Service Command and Staff College. His latest book is the fourth edition of 'Losing Control: Global Security in the 21st Century' (London: Pluto Press, 2021).