Richard Atwood, International Crisis Group’s executive vice president discusses today’s and tomorrow’s most dangerous wars and crises.
With Russia massing troops on Ukraine’s border, the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan and Ethiopia’s civil war intensifying, what does the past year tell us about the state of international peace and security?
How do rising tensions among major powers impact multilateral efforts to make peace?
What change has new US president Joe Biden brought?
What about the impact of the pandemic, particularly as new variants emerge, and the worsening climate crisis?
The event looks ahead at what people should expect in the year ahead.
This event is part of Chatham House’s ongoing work on the future of conflict.