ECPS organised a symposium at the European Parliament in Brussels on March 8, 2023 to mark one year of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The symposium aimed to shed light on the challenges the war brought to the European political arena, particularly in the context of rising populism, and trigger a discussion on how to remedy these issues. To this end, ECPS prepared a report contributed by 30 scholars, reflecting the situation in 24 European countries. The conclusions of the report at the European level were presented at this symposium.
Dr Simon P. WATMOUGH (Research Fellow, ECPS).
Sir Graham WATSON (Honorary President of the ECPS — via video conferencing).
MEP Petras AUŠTREVIČIUS (Renew Europe).
His Excellency Chentsov VSEVOLOD (Head of the Mission of Ukraine to the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community).
Presenters of the Report
Dr Emilia ZANKINA (Editor of the Report, Temple University-Rome).
Dr Gilles IVALDI (Editor of the Report, Centre de Recherches Politiques de Sciences Po).
MEP Radan KANEV (EPP, Bulgaria).