USC experts examine the issues on the table, including disruptions in agricultural growth, food insecurity, energy, trade, the U.S.-China clash over technology and the Russian war on Ukraine.
“Our client was always unsure if he could make the meetings because he was often in bomb shelters with no electricity or Zoom connection,” says law student Uma Fry Demetria.
USC experts weigh in on the impacts of the protracted conflict on climate change as world leaders convene for the annual climate summit — an event being held against the backdrop of Russian supply chain manipulation.
Ukrainian-born Grygorii Koval joined forces with his classical guitar professor, William Kanengiser, to raise funds and gather resources for Koval’s former guitar school.
Graduate students in USC Dorsnfie’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures grapple with Russia’s war on Ukraine, which has thrust their studies into the spotlight.
As the war in Ukraine underscores the need for a multidisciplinary approach to defense, the Executive Global Space and Defense Program couldn’t be more timely.
Despite the conflict in her home country, junior Anastasiia Slivina stays strong for her family and her teammates.
At 8 a.m. PDT, the Association of American Universities will livestream the speech on how American universities and Ukraine can work together to rebuild the country’s higher ed sector; a Q&A follows.
The U.S. frequently chooses to put its own interest ahead of its professed values. USC Dornsife’s Jeffrey Fields notes that the approach, called “realpolitik,” may lead to an unsatisfying peace deal in Ukraine.
USC experts break down the conflict in series of global discussions.