In our "One question to ..." column, former EESC member David Stulík answers a question from EESC info on the possible consequences of the war in Ukraine.

David Stulík is currently a senior analyst and the head of the Eastern European programme at the European Values Center for Security Policy, a Czech think tank. He is also a co-chair of the official Czech-Ukrainian Civil Society Forum. Before that, he spent 12 years as an EU diplomat in Ukraine as Press and Information Officer at the EU Delegation. After the Czech Republic's EU accession, he was appointed by the Czech government as a member of the European Economic and Social Committee, where he represented the Czech non-governmental sector and also served as rapporteur for Belarus. Among his fields of interests and expertise are EU enlargement and neighbourhood policy, development of civil society, EU communication policies, EU lobbying, civic dialogue, and the socio-economic consequences of post-communist transition. (ab)