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Connecting With Eastern Europe

May 2024
1min read


With the Warsaw Pact nations remaking themselves, the historian John Lukacs—who as a young man fled Hungary in 1945 when the Russians came—examines the historical ties between the U.S. and Eastern Europe and suggests what the lessons of American democracy can and cannot offer these countries in a time of tumult and hope.

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