Russia's War in Ukraine
DateThursday March 23, 2023
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
LocationQueen’s University, Robert Sutherland Hall Rm. 202
Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Why it started, how it's going, what does it mean for the rest of us, Canada’s role in comparison to others, and what might happen next.
This is event is co-sponsored by the CIDP, Queen's Department of Political Studies and Queen's School of Policy Studies.
- a light lunch will be served for those who attend.
- Registration is not required.
- This event will not be recorded and no virtual option is available.
Lt-General (ret’d) the Honourable Andrew Leslie, PC, CMM, MSC, MSM, CD, BA, MA, PhD (hc) was a soldier and led the 57,000 people in the Canadian Army in fires, floods, earthquakes, security missions, peacekeeping and war (Cyprus, Germany, Croatia, Serbia, Afghanistan and elsewhere), being awarded numerous national and international honours and decorations. He has also been a Senior Vice President of a very large multinational corporation, a Federal Member of Parliament, the Chief Government Whip, the Parliamentary Secretary focused on Canada-US Relations and Trade during the time of NAFTA and was included on varied Federal cabinet committees. He now sits on several corporate boards and speaks on international affairs, leadership, transformation, governance, and crisis response. He was educated at Ottawa University (BA), the Royal Military College (MA) where he was also conferred a Doctorate, various Military Staff Colleges, and both the Harvard Business School and the Rotman School of Business.