About this event
In 1947 the United States enacted the Marshall Plan, an audacious and innovative government program that focused on restoring the economic infrastructure of postwar Europe. Now, 75 years later, Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine calls for a new effort of expansive recovery on the European continent. When Russia’s war of aggression ends, the transatlantic community can look to the Marshall Plan for lessons and inspiration as Ukraine faces the daunting task of recovery.
When should reconstruction start? Who should lead the international effort? Who should pay for it? Please join GMF and Rotary International as we reflect on the Marshall Plan and how its lasting impact can guide Ukraine's postwar recovery.
Heather A. ConleyPresident, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Heather A. Conley is the sixth president of the German Marshall Fund. Ms. Conley arrives at GMF after 12 years at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where she most recently served as senior vice preside...