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The Legacy of 1989: 21 years of democratic change in Eastern Europe

Berlin Wall

After the revolutions of 1989, Eastern Europe experienced a wide range of profound social and political changes, including the well-known transitions from authoritarian to democratic states, planned to market economies and in some cases, from relative peace to brutal ethnic conflicts.

Aston Centre for Europe has brought together the leading thinkers on transitions in Eastern Europe, who will debate the nature and legacies of these changes, some twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Date: 22 April 2010

Audio recording of the event


 

Download part one (MP3, 29MB), or listen below.
Download part two (MP3, 14MB), or listen below.

Speakers

Keynote speakers:

  • Sir Christopher Mallaby GCMG, GCVO (former British Ambassador to West Germany, 1989)
  • Prof Alan Mayhew, University of Sussex
  • Prof George Kolankiewicz, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London

Photos


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Democratizing the EU - photos from the event
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