Russia and Ukraine

Oral evidence in progress

This is a one-off oral evidence session on Russia and Ukraine to examine Russian foreign policy in Europe and the UK’s policy response so far to the crisis in Ukraine and Russian actions in the region. The evidence session is likely to include discussion on the effectiveness of sanctions on Russia, the forthcoming NATO Summit in Wales, and the supply of Russian natural gas to and through Ukraine.


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  • Russia and Ukraine | PDF version (PDF259 KB) HC 628 | Published 04 Sep 2014

    Evidence given by Edward Lucas, Senior Editor, The Economist and Dr Alex Pravda, Senior Research Fellow, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, University of Oxford

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