Lessons from Russia-NATO war in Ukraine (Non-Discussion thread)

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The Ukraine Conflict and Lessons for India’s National Security


As the first inter-state conflict of the 21st century, the Ukraine conflict has demonstrated the changing nature of warfare. The Russian military campaign has deployed its ground, naval and air units while simultaneously utilising cyber capabilities to support ground operations. In its response, the West has hit out at Russia by assisting the Ukrainian military and imposing wide-ranging sanctions on the Russian government. This panel discussion will examine what lessons Ukraine conflict holds for India’s national security policy, defence preparedness and its security partnerships.

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Lt. Gen. S.L. Narasimhan Director General, Centre for Contemporary China Studies
Air Marshal Diptendu Choudhury Former Commandant, National Defence College
Shalini Chawla Distinguished Fellow, Centre for Air Power Studies
V Yoga Jyotsna Honorary Adjunct Fellow at the National Maritime Foundation
Sameer Patil Senior Fellow, ORF
 

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Panel: Lessons from the War in Ukraine


Technology in the defence sector has been increasing rapidly for a few years. But the recent Russia-Ukraine crisis is the first conflict that deployed a combination of kinetic and digital weapons to gain supremacy. Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology, commercial satellite imaging, 3D printing, unmanned aerial vehicles made it easier for everyday citizens, private companies, and civilian institutions to become an active part of the crisis. While many of the technologies used by Russia and Ukraine are not entirely new, their deployment in the recent crisis might place emerging tech into the military mainstream. • With technology playing an increasing role in military operations, how does one measure the balance of forces in a war? • What international standards or cooperation mechanisms can be developed to ensure technologies are not deployed to cause global instability?

Speakers:
Raj Shukla, Member, Union Public Service Commission
Joshua T. White, Non-resident Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings
Lauren Kahn, Research Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations (virtual)
Ashley J. Tellis, Tata Chair for Strategic Affairs and Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Ravi Agrawal, Editor-in-chief, Foreign Policy
Moderator: Indrani Bagchi, Chief Executive Officer, Ananta Aspen Centre
 

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Lessons Learned from the War in Ukraine - Heritage Foundation


Almost six months have passed since Russian forces invaded their former Soviet allies with the nearly universal expectation that they would quickly overrun the meager defenses that Ukraine could muster. The ebbs and flows of the war have revealed strengths and weaknesses of the combatants, as well as a few misconceptions about modern warfare.
 

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The Russia-Ukraine War as Case Study: Lessons for Northeast Asia - Asia Society


March 4, 2022 — Asia Society Korea Executive Director Yvonne Kim talks to Sheena Greitens, associate professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas; Young-jun Kim, professor at Korea National Defense University; Steven Lee Myers, Beijing bureau chief of The New York Times; and Mason Richey, associate professor of international politics at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, about the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The panel explored the war's geopolitical and economic implications for Northeast Asia, what North Korea, China, and the U.S. may learn from the invasion, and whether a similar conflict could occur on the Korean peninsula or in Taiwan. (45 min., 18 sec.)
 

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Lessons in Conventional Warfighting: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine - Report Launch (RUSI)

 

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Chinese Military Lessons from Ukraine


While the Russian war on Ukraine captures the world’s attention, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army is a particular student of the operations and strategies deployed in today’s conflict. China’s study of foreign military tactics is not new: the 1991 Gulf War had a seminal effect on Chinese views of technology in warfare—spurring military modernization. Subsequent conflicts, too, have yielded debates—and sometimes reforms—aimed at assimilating lessons to better prepare China’s armed forces to fight and win.

As the Russian and Ukrainian militaries fight in Europe, what lessons are Chinese strategists, tacticians, and planners drawing for China’s future? Join us for a moderated conversation among three of the most trenchant observers of the Chinese armed forces.
 

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Lessons from the Information War over Ukraine


The information war underway amid the ongoing armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine is generating a formidable impact on global public opinion and the conduct of foreign policy. On September 6, 2022, CPD hosted a panel discussion with experts who addressed the characteristics of this phenomenon in the context of contemporary public diplomacy practice and study.

Watch Iryna Borovets, Director General for Public Diplomacy and Communications (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine), Robert English, Associate Professor of International Relations, Slavic Languages and Literature and Environmental Studies (University of Southern California), Erik Nisbet, CPD Faculty Fellow and Director of the Center for Communication & Public Policy (Northwestern University) and Colleen Smith, Press Officer in the Bureau for European and Eurasian Affairs (U.S. Department of State) in a conversation and Q&A session moderated by Markos Kounalakis, CPD Advisory Board Member and Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution.
 

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