Ukraine Update | What is no-fly zone?

Ukrai­ni­ans in Ukraine and around the world demand a no-fly zone over Ukraine. In our Online brie­fing, we dis­cus­sed with Iulian Roma­nyshyn, Senior Fellow at CASSIS, the impli­ca­ti­ons of this demand.

What is a “no-fly zone”? Who can intro­duce and sustain it? Does it by default implies the use of mili­tary air­planes, for ins­tance, by NATO? What would be the impli­ca­ti­ons of this move, and how rea­li­stic is it to expect this?

LibMod in con­ver­sa­tion with Iulian Roma­nyshyn, Senior Fellow, CASSIS – Center for Advan­ced Secu­rity, Stra­te­gic and Inte­gra­tion Studies, Rhei­ni­sche Fried­rich-Wil­helms-Uni­ver­si­tät Bonn. Mode­ra­tion by Iryna Solo­nenko, Senior Fellow at the Center for Liberal Modernity.

This will be the second brie­fing in a series of regular reports about Ukraine.