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Hungary & Its East-Central European Neighbors: The View From Moscow, 1945-2015

Thu, Apr 28, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
IMU Dogwood Room

Until the late 1980s, Soviet leaders after World War II regarded Hungary and other East-Central European countries as an extension of their own country’s frontiers. Threats to the security of an East European Communist regime, whether external or internal, were seen as threats to Soviet security as well. Talk will discuss whether under President Putin Russia is returning to the same paradigm?