Konferencja – 03.06.2019 – RUSSIA AND UKRAINE – CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLITICS
Centrum Polsko-Rosyjskiego Dialogu i Porozumienia
Centrum Europejskie Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Instytut Nauk Prawnych Polskiej Akademii Nauk
RUSSIA AND UKRAINE – CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLITICS
(Warszawa, 3 Czerwca 2019 (Poniedziałek)
Ernest Wyciszkiewicz (Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, Warsaw)
Bogdan Góralczyk (Centre of Europe of Warsaw University, Warsaw)
Władysław Czapliński(Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
10:10-11:30 Session 1: Crimea and Donbas under legal scrutiny – where are we and where can we go from here?
Moderator: Łukasz Adamski (Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, Warsaw)
Władysław Czapliński (Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw) – Emerging and Unrecognized Entities in International Law
Nikolay Marin (South-West University “Neofit Rislki”, Blagoevgrad) –How to regulate the situation of Crimea (from the point of view of international law), probable and less probable scenarios, taking into account the jurisdiction of adequate international courts and tribunals
Hennadiy Maksak (Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, Kyiv) –Political and legal peculiarities of the current situation in Crimea and Donbas, likely and unlikely scenarios of developments between Russia and Ukraine
11:30-11:45 coffee break
11:45-13:15 Session 2: Norm-makers, norm-setters, norm-enforcers? Real and imagined capabilities of international institutions
Moderator: Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala (Warsaw University)
Dagmar Richer (Saarland University, Saarbrücken) –The future of Ukraine-Russia relations from the perspective of international actors
Salvatore Zappalà (University of Catania) – What can be done in the case of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict on the UN level?
Jochen von Bernstorff (Tübingen Law Faculty) – What can be done (and what are the proper international institutions) in the case of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict in human rights domain?
14:15-15:45 Session 3: A political reality check – who is ready, willing and able to do what, when and under what conditions?
Having in mind possible legal solutions as given during the proceeding, which of them are or can be politically feasible under what conditions now or in the future given different domestic contexts and foreign policy agendas of each stakeholder (Russia, Ukraine, Poland, NATO, EU).
Moderator: Ernest Wyciszkiewicz (Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, Warsaw)
Andrey Zagorski (Primakov Institute of Word Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Olena Snyhir (Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kyiv)
Łukasz Kulesa (Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw)
15:45-16:00 Final remarks