The crisis in Ukraine is widening the rift between Moscow and the West, raising significant questions about both European security and Russia’s place in the world.

Chatham House analysts and contributors consider what is shaping the Kremlin’s agenda under Vladimir Putin and explore what the crisis means for the international relations of Russia and for European stability.

A major project for Chatham House is the Ukraine Forum, which brings together a dynamic group of stakeholders, including politicians, practitioners, civil society leaders, academics and journalists to examine the political situation in Ukraine, and is chaired by Robert Brinkley, UK ambassador to Ukraine (2002-06).

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