Inaugural lecture delivered by George Schöpflin (2000). SSEES Occasional Papers no.40.
The Futures of Central and Eastern Europe: Three Twentieth-Century Perspectives
Category: Inaugural Lectures.
Thought provoking analysis and commentary on two visions of Europe presented by former professors at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, both of whom had an important political impact in their day. The first was that of Toma Masaryk, which he presented as the Foundation Lecture of the School in 1915, and which saw a New Europe of nation states. The second was contained in Hugh Seton-Watson's Eastern Europe between Two Wars (1944) and dwelt on the future role of Germany in Europe. The third is George Schöpflin's own analysis of developments following the collapse of Communism in Europe and the movement towards EU enlargement.
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