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A PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR

Please join us for a panel discussion to have experts share their views, their expertise and their beliefs. The panel speakers are: Federigo Argentieri, Ieva Jākobsone Bellomi, Irina Kashchey, and Alessandra Quattrocchi. More information below. Please sign-up no later than Mar 14 at 5PM.

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A PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR

Time & Location

Mar 14, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM GMT+1

214, Via Marcantonio Colonna, 21, 00192 Roma RM, Italy

About The Event

Federigo Argentieri teaches at John Cabot University and directs the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs. He studied politics, history, and languages at the Universities of Rome "La Sapienza", Budapest-ELTE, and Harvard. He has widely published on the contemporary history and politics of Central-Eastern Europe and Italy, particularly on the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and its effects, as well as on Ukraine. He regularly contributes to Italy's main newspaper "Corriere della Sera" and to other Italian and international media.

Ieva Jākobsone Bellomi, born in Latvia, Baltics, is a certified EU lawyer (2002), with an MBA from Boston University (2007) and over 10 years of experience in trade diplomacy in the Baltic States, Russia, the UK, and the People’s Republic of China. She was Commercial and Trade Attachè in London from 2003-2006 and in Beijing from 2012-2016, working on China’s Belt and Road Initiative in the Eastern and Central European countries. In addition to teaching at John Cabot University and the CEA center in Rome, she consults industrial and mining companies in Zambia, collaborates with Italy Africa Business Week is chair of the Country Branding division of the Latvian professional diaspora network NGO #esiLV.

Irina Kashchey, born in Kharkiv, Ukraine, is a freelance journalist with over 11 years of experience working for DW Ukrainian, the National Radio of Ukraine, the press agency Ukrinform and BBC Ukrainian. She holds a degree in Journalism from the National Karazin University in Kharkiv, where she has also taught Journalism until 2003.

Alessandra Quattrocchi is a journalist and writer, and the head of the Video News Desk of the press agency Askanews in Rome. She has written about international affairs since 1996, and regularly contributes to several Italian magazines (Il Venerdì, IoDonna, among others). She has wroked for the multilingual European Tv EuroNews and has published the book "La strategia del silenzio" (Iacobelli 2016) on silence in Jane Austen's last heroines. She holds an MA Degree in Creative Writing from the University of Lancaster.

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