President Volodymyr Zelenskyy remains defiant as his armed forces engage in battles throughout the country and Kyiv sees the fighting draw closer.
This event examines the state of Ukraine’s defence, how its allies and partners are helping, the role of NATO, and where recent developments might lead.
What is Ukraine’s defensive architecture?
What are allies prepared to do to help? And how?
What role does NATO play in the tensions?
What is the current ‘state of play’ and where might recent developments lead?
This event forms part of Chatham House’s work on the future of conflict.