Key challenges in settling the Ukraine conflict: Territorial disposition and sovereignty

An end to the Russo-Ukrainian war is, regrettably, not yet in sight. It is nonetheless useful and appropriate to think a little more systematically than has often been the case thus far about the two key challenges which will be fundamental to any eventual negotiated settlement: potential changes to Ukraine’s recognised sovereign territory, and the country’s future security status. In this briefing Martin Smith focuses on the first issue - a second paper will consider Ukraine's security status. Martin argues that Ukrainian representatives must be pivotally involved in determining the nature and extent of any territorial adjustments made to settle the conflict.

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