最近的俄羅斯攻打烏克蘭不僅引發全球的震撼,更是造成自第二次世界大戰以來歐洲最大的人道危機,首先Zamecki教授從歷史的觀點,解說俄羅斯與烏克蘭、甚至波蘭的歷史上的糾葛、衝突背景,讓在座的同學們理解俄羅斯與烏克蘭自2014年來克里米亞戰爭長達八年爭戰不斷地背景。這場戰爭牽動著歐洲的現狀,歐盟是一個經濟統合的國際組織,而北大西洋公約雖然是一個軍事同盟,但是烏克蘭目前仍然不是歐盟與北約的成員,基於人道立場,希望俄羅斯國內民眾在全球(除中國以外)的經濟、金融制裁下,感受到普丁的專制極權,而推翻這樣的政權,世人期待歐羅斯可以民主轉型,可以尊重人道的普世價值。Zamecki教授並且以他身為波蘭人歷經俄羅斯過去侵略、佔領統治波蘭的歷史,要台灣應該要有危機意識,以烏克蘭的處境為借鏡。

The recent Russian attack on Ukraine not only shocked the world, but also caused the biggest humanitarian crisis in Europe since the Second World War. Professor Zamecki first explained the background of the entanglement and conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and even Poland from the historical point of view, so that the students in attendance can understand the background of the eight-year-long conflict between Russia and Ukraine in the Crimea since 2014. The war affects the current state of things in Europe, as the European Union is an international organization for economic unification, while the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is a military alliance, but Ukraine is still not a member of the EU or NATO. Based on a humanitarian position, it is hoped that the people in Russia people, under the global (not including China) economic and financial sanctions, will feel the Putin’s totalitarianism and overthrow such a regime; the world is hoping that Russia can undergo a democratic transformation of Europe and respect for universal values of humanitarianism. Prof. Zamecki also said that as a Pole, having experienced invasion and occupation of Poland by Russia in the past, Taiwan should feel a sense of crisis and to use the situation in Ukraine as a reference.

從烏克蘭危機看歐洲情勢
Looking at Europe through the Ukraine crisis