As part of its Cuba Initiative, the Havel Program recently published a series of academic studies that offer varied considerations for a political transition in Cuba, focusing on the legal reforms that would potentially take place under a representative democracy. In June, the authors gathered at FIU to discuss their findings and analyses. Click to watch the full recording.
Episode 456 of this podcast, titled "Human Rights and Politics", presents a thought-provoking conversation between Director Martin Palouš and Metta Spencer. They discuss varied topics, including what might have been if the Soviet Union had not collapsed and, possibly, if the security of Europe had been turned over to the OSCE instead of NATO.
The Havel Program's Director, Ambassador Martin Palouš, pays homage to Madeleine Albright, who was his personal friend for decades. His text, a recollection of three of their many encounters, was published by the Václav Havel Library Foundation.
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