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Zsolt Csutak

ZSOLT CSUTAK graduated from the University of Szeged with a BA in Political as well as European Studies and an MA in American Studies. Currently, he is a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Military Science of the National University of Public Service, Budapest. His primary research focus is on analysing the strategic changes in the security and foreign political thinking of the United States at the end of the twentieth century.

25 March 2021
"The extremely influential pan-Slavic movement and the idea of dismantling Austria–Hungary emerged in Cleveland and Pittsburgh after a long period of Germanization in the nineteenth century, while the quasi-declaration of independence of the Czech–Slovak Republic appeared in New York City and Washington, DC, well before the dramatic political events unfolded at the Paris peace conferences in 1918–20."

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