The Human Cost of Russia's War in Ukraine: The Migration Dimension
In this roundtable discussion, several leading US, European, Ukrainian and Russian scholars discussed the current refugee and migration crisis. This discussion included a demographic overview of Ukrainian emigrants, the impact of migrant flow on Ukrainian society and receiving countries, and the effectiveness of international and individual countries’ response to refugee inflow. Speakers also examined the massive outflow of war opponents from Russia and analyze the potential impact of mass emigration on the Russian economy, society, and academic and cultural spheres.WATCH
Will Ukrainian Refugees Return Home?
Since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, many Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes to protect their lives. Some went abroad and others moved within the country. Will those who are seeking refuge in other countries return? The answer to this question will directly affect the economic and demographic future of Ukraine.
Wilson Quarterly Summer 2022 - Ripples of War: A Photo Essay on Families Fleeing Crisis
This edition of Wilson Center NOW explored the Summer 2022 edition of the Wilson Quarterly, Ripples of War, with editor Stephanie Bowen. Documentary photographer and journalist Wil Sands joined to discuss his article, Weapons of a Hybrid War, a photographic essay on Europe's disparate approach to families fleeing crisis.