Photo: Vladislav Davidzon (c) 2019
7 May 2019:
Ukraine after a Turbulent Election – as the Dust Settles
Dear Members and Friends
We are delighted to confirm that the next speech in our lecture series will be given by Vladislav Davidzon, Editor-in-Chief of The Odessa Review, on 7 May 2019 at 7pm in the Jubilee Room, House of Commons, Westminster SW1A 0AA.
His talk is entitled, ‘Ukraine after a Turbulent Election – as the Dust Settles‘. Mr Davidzon will reflect on the controversial first round and predict what Ukrainian politics might look like in the next six months in the build up to Parliamentary elections.
We hope you will be able to join us, and please feel free to invite your friends and colleagues to this event.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience. Due to tight security and the potential for queues, we would advise you to allow at least 30 minutes to enter Portcullis House; further instructions and a map will be sent in due course to those who RSVP.
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Editor-in-Chief, The Odessa Review
Vladislav Davidzon is the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Odessa Review and is also Tablet Magazine’s European culture critic. As well as being a policy analyst, he is also a film producer focusing on films and television series which deal with the collapse of the Soviet Union.
His literary criticism and reportage have appeared in Bookforum, The American Interest, The New York Observer, World Affairs Journal, Foreign Policy, The Forward, and the Atlantic Council’s Atlanticist.
He holds a degree in human rights from the EMA program in Venice, Italy.
He has reported widely from Eastern Europe, France, and Ukraine, and was previously Ukraine Today’s Paris bureau chief and French correspondent.