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Weekly News Recap
■ Riccardo Fabiani, North Africa Project Director, International Crisis Group
■ Sarah Yerkes, Senior Fellow, Middle East Programme of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
■ Gordon Gray, Former United States Ambassador to Tunisia from 2009 to 2012, Professor of Practice at Penn State School of International Affairs
■ Filip Šandor, Director of the Mediterranean Programme at Platform for Peace and Humanity
Register at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XauxMBp8Spy3jWw_6kiUqA
The final webinar in the series will explore the roles and motivation of foreign fighters joining the ranks of parties to the conflict in Ukraine. The webinar will also discuss the perspective of the home States of foreign fighters and various approaches of the home States to their citizens travelling to Ukraine for combat purposes as well as the perspective of reintegration after the conflict and radicalization threats. Finally, the webinar will approach the theme of foreign fighters in Ukraine from the legal perspective to analyse the legal status of these fighters and their responsibility under domestic and international laws for conduct related to hostilities in Ukraine.
■ Teun van Dongen, Programme Lead, Current and Emerging Threats at the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism
■ Egle E. Murauskaite, Senior Researcher & Simulation Designer for the ICONS Project with the University of Maryland
■ Petra Ditrichová Ochmannová, Legal Advisor at the International Law Department, Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic
■ Rastislav Šutek, Executive Director at Platform for Peace and Humanity
Registration is required and available at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QKCyu9nIQ2GX1gzyuPls2g
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