Speakers

Christina Hantel-Fraser Christina Hantel-Fraser, Ph.D., M.T.S., Adjunct Professor of Human and Social Development at the Institute for Dispute Resolution (University of Victoria). Dr. Hantel-Fraser has taught conflict management and organizational psychology at a variety of organizations, including a UN-sponsored project in Crimea, the Foreign Ministries of Hungary and Indonesia, and the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa, as well as at universities in Canada, the US, Germany, Hungary, Greece and Ukraine.

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Anatoliy Hrycenko Anatoliy Hrycenko, Ph.D., Head of the Parliament Committee for National Security and Defense. Dr. Hrycenko has formerly served as Minister of Defense of Ukraine (2005–2007), and is the author and coauthor of more than 100 books, including Military reform in Ukraine: a start or another false start? (2000) and Ukraine’s Defense Sector in Transition: Impacts on Foreign and Security Policy (1999).
Katrien Hertog Katrien Hertog, Ph.D., Researcher at the Centre for Peace Research and Strategic Studies of the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and author of the doctoral thesis Ethics of war and peace in the Orthodox and Islamic traditions of contemporary Russia: an analysis of the conflict in Chechnya.

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Myroslaw Marynovych Myroslaw Marynovych, Vice-rector of the Ukrainian Catholic University and President of the Institute of Religion and Society. Mr. Marynovych is an attorney, a former dissident and political prisoner under the Soviet regime, and the author of multiple publications in Ukrainian and in English.

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