When: Monday, July 24, 6 p.m.
Where: American Center, Tržiště 13, Praha 1
Entry fee: Free
Historian Igor Lukeš is back at the American Center with a discussion about how the West shifted its attitude toward dictators from appeasement and containment to active defense. Professor Lukeš will demonstrate these changes through examples such as the Munich Conference in the 30s, crises in Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland in 60s and the current situation in Ukraine.
Igor Lukeš is American historian of Czech origin. He teaches history and international relations at Boston University. He also serves as a Czech honorary consul general in Boston.
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