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Thursday October 19
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the United States devoted greater attention to Ukraine than any other post-Soviet state (except Russia). The relationship between the two countries moved from heady days in the mid-1990s, when they declared a strategic partnership, to troubled times after 2002. Throughout the mid-to-late 1990s and first years of the aughts, the United States generally succeeded in its major goals in Ukraine, notably the safe transfer of nearly 2,000 strategic nuclear weapons left there after the Soviet collapse. Washington also provided robust support for Ukraine's effort to develop into a modern, democratic, market-oriented state. But these efforts aimed at reforming the state proved only modestly successful, leaving a nation that was not resilient enough to stand up to Russian aggression in Crimea in 2014… Steven Pifer, a career Foreign Service officer, who worked on U.S.-Ukraine relations at the State Department and the White House during that period and also served as ambassador to Ukraine, will discuss the relationship between the two countries from 1992 to 2002. He will provide an in depth look at how the foundations of the relationship with an independent Ukraine, and the troubled times after 2002, have led to the Ukraine we know today.
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$20.00
This ticket option is for Members of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia. It includes admission to the event and a small wine reception. Books must be purchased separately at the event.
 
$35.00
This ticket option is for the general public. It includes admission to the event and a small wine reception. Books must be purchased separately at the event.
 
$10.00
This ticket option is for Young Friends Members of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia. It includes admission to the event and a small wine reception. Books must be purchased separately at the event.
 
$10.00
This ticket option is for full-time students with a valid school ID. It includes admission to the event and a soft drinks. Books must be purchased separately at the event.
 
Event registration summary
The Eagle and the Trident: The Past and Future of U.S.-Ukraine Relations:
Members Reception & Program
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$20.00
General Public Reception & Program
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$35.00
Young Friends Reception & Program
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$10.00
Students Program Only
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$10.00
Donation:
$0.00
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