Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe

Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe

Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe

Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe

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At the end of March, 1962 a group of some seventy scholars and students of international affairs from Europe and the United States met in Chicago to discuss The Berlin Problem and the Future of Eastern Europe. The chapters in this book are based on the papers delivered there by historians, political scientists and others who have had first hand knowledge of these areas. Wenzel Jaksch, a Social Democrat and former Member of the Czechoslovakian Parliament and now a Member of the German Bundestag, writes on European Unity in the Age of Atomic Weaponry; Philip Mosely, Director of Studies of the Council on Foreign Relations, who at the time of the conference had just returned from Moscow, writes on the developments of Soviet Foreign Policy Since the 22nd Party Congress; Stefan Possony of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, on the place of Berlin in world strategy and Col. William R. Kintner of the University of Pennsylvania on the military and psychological strength of the West in comparison to that of the Soviet Union. Professor Eugen Lemberg of The Johann Gottfried Herder Institute of Marburg, Germany, describes the new kind of nationalism that is developing in Europe; Professor Gotthold Rhode, of the University of Mainz, the character of the Soviet empire in Eastern Europe, which varies considerably from country to country. Professor Jerzy Hauptmann, of Park College, who was himself a member of the Polish underground during World War II and took part in the Warsaw uprising of . . .

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