Resistance Cinema: Ukraine

The horrific violence being perpetrated against Ukraine is painful to witness. And it’s an uneasiness made all the more difficult to bear by the confusion surrounding the matter. Join us via Zoom, Tuesday, May 10, at 6:30pm, for a selection of video clips on the subject of Ukraine and Russia, followed by a discussion.

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May 10, 2022 – 6:30pm via Zoom

The horrific violence being perpetrated against Ukraine is painful to witness. And it’s an uneasiness made all the more difficult to bear by the confusion surrounding the matter. Join us for a selection of video clips featuring:

John MearsheimerJohn Mearsheimer, an academic from the University of Chicago, is a widely recognized realist in matters of foreign policy. This video content was recorded in early March, about a week or 10 days after the invasion began.


Vladimir Pozner, is a French-born journalist and citizen of Russia. This video content was recorded at Yale University in 2018. Pozner offers a broader perspective on US/Russia relations and the reasons why things have deteriorated since Gorbachev and the breakup of the Soviet Union. He is also widely recognized for his very valuable insights into the Russian mindset.

The video content will be an hour or less and we’ll have some very productive discussion following. Please join us!

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