About This Event
One year after the beginning of the war in Ukraine, philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy documents the heart of the conflict through a war diary made during the second half of 2022. From Kharkiv to the Donbass to Kherson, in the aftermath of the city's liberation, this documentary bears witness to the ravages of war through the testimonies of soldiers, chronicles of the front, and portraits of civilians, and shares the struggle and hope of the Ukrainian people.
Following the film, a discussion with Lévy, Council President Ivo Daalder, and Emmy Award winning ABC News journalist Adrienne Bankert on the broader issues of the war, the future of Europe, global liberalism, and Western civilization will take place.
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|7:00 pm CT||Welcome remarks|
|7:10 pm||Film screening|