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Carl Lutz Lecture: Perspectives on the war in Ukraine and the future of the European security order
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Ort: Andrássy-Saal, Andrássy Universität Budapest, H-1088, Budapest, Pollack Mihály tér 3.
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Art der Veranstaltung: Öffentlich
Vortragende/r (extern): Ambassador Dr. Thomas Greminger
The future of Europe’s security order depends in large part on the outcome of the war in Ukraine. Thus far, Western political discourse has mostly framed the situation through a binary lens: either the rules-based international order is restored by way of an unambiguous Ukrainian victory, or we face a continent shaped by the law of the jungle. However, the reality is more complex. There may come a time when all parties to the conflict believe that the most likely place for achieving their core aims lies at the negotiating table and not on the battlefield. A formula may exist allowing all sides to save face, offering security guarantees to Ukraine and recognition of Russia’s security concerns. If a sufficient amount of trust can be restored between Ukraine, Russia and the West, then the process of gradually rebuilding European security can begin.
2024
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Ambassador Dr. Thomas Greminger, Director of the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP) and former Secretary General of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE):

Ambassador Greminger is currently the director of the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP). He assumed this position on May 1, 2021. Before that, he held the post of OSCE Secretary General from July 2017 to July 2020 and was from 2010 to 2015 the permanent representative of Switzerland at the OSCE, the UN and international organizations in Vienna. He was previously Head of the Southern Cooperation Division of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

As director of the GCSP, he pays special attention to the security dimensions of technology and the connections between climate change and security and is an effective supporter of crisis management. As Secretary General of the OSCE, he introduced a "fitness" agenda aimed at adapting the OSCE to changing realities and new opportunities with limited and diminishing resources, and facilitated dialogue among the 57 participating states of the OSCE. 

Ambassador Greminger holds a PhD in History from the University of Zurich and serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Swiss Armed Forces. He is author of numerous publications on military history, conflict management, peacekeeping, development and human rights.

 

This event is organised as part of the Carl Lutz Lecture series by the Andrássy University and the Embassy of Switzerland in Hungary.

Ort - Andrássy Universität Budapest
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