Our 8th annual edition of The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies & Development, presents the following papers for their unique and valuable contribution to the broader discussion. Olivier Sempiga’s The impact of geopolitical risks on price variation and political trust in France: analyzing the Ukraine-Russia conflict, provides a geopolitical analysis demonstrating the far-reaching consequences of the conflict far from the Ukraine-Russian border. Camilla Gironi’s Decolonizing Kyiv’s politics of memory: current and potential implications of Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine on Ukrainian monuments and toponyms, presents an insightful examination of the conflict’s influenced Ukraine’s politics of memory, in the process to revive its national identity. Renée Stoute’s Bring On the Heat, discusses the opportunities, due to the conflict, for the European Union to accelerate its adoption of sustainable energy alternatives given its rejection of Russian oil and gas. Katherine Wallentine’s Never Enough: EU Military Spending Challenges in the Face of Open Conflict, which analyzes the EU’s military spending in light of the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
The AGS Conference Team
"The Journal of International Relations, Peace and Development Studies 8th Edition Introduction,"
The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development: Vol. 8:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.arcadia.edu/agsjournal/vol8/iss1/8