Wege aus dem Krieg in der Ukraine
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Werkner, Ines-Jacqueline, Mayer, Lotta and Krüger, Madlen (Eds.): Wege aus dem Krieg in der Ukraine: Szenarien - Chancen - Risiken , Heidelberg: heiBOOKS, 2022 (FEST kompakt – Analysen – Stellungnahmen – Perspektiven , Vol. 5). https://doi.org/10.11588/heibooks.1129

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Ines-Jacqueline Werkner, Lotta Mayer and Madlen Krüger (Eds.)

Wege aus dem Krieg in der Ukraine

Szenarien - Chancen - Risiken

FEST kompakt – Analysen – Stellungnahmen – Perspektiven

Based on six scenarios sketching various forms and ways of a possible end to the war in Ukraine, this volume examines the chances and risks connected with them. The authors discuss questions related to military victory, defeat and a negotiated settlement, approaching the various scenarios from the perspectives of international law, peace ethics, and legal ethics. Moreover, the volume focuses on the societal dimension of the war, covering Russian civil society, the role of the churches in the war zone and peace policy questions related to possible future rapprochement and reconciliation.

Ines-Jacqueline Werkner, Dr. rer. pol. habil., is a political scientist specializing in peace and conflict research. She is head of the research department “Peace” at the Protestant Institute for Interdisciplinary Research (FEST) in Heidelberg, and a Private Lecturer at the Institute for Political Science at Goethe University Frankfurt/Main.

Madlen Krüger, Dr. phil., is a religious studies scholar and works as a researcher at the research department “Peace” at the Protestant Institute for Interdisciplinary Research (FEST) in Heidelberg.

Lotta Mayer, Dr. phil., is a sociologist specializing in conflict research and works as a researcher at the research department “Peace” at the Protestant Institute for Interdisciplinary Research (FEST) in Heidelberg.