You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of

Slovenian War of Independence: Another Perspective
with 
Tibor Babic
Graduate, The Institute of World Politics 

Wednesday, December 6th
4:30 – 6:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.
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This event is sponsored by the Center for Intermarium Studies and the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies.

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About the Lecture: Mr. Tibor Babic will be talking about the events that were taking place immediately after the Socialist Republic of Slovenia declared independence from Yugoslavia to become an independent, autonomous, and sovereign state on June 25, 1991. He will talk about the war and the political process that took place in order for Slovenia to become a democratic nation governed by the will of its people. His hope is to give an another prospective, a prospective of people who experienced the war, who were on the battlefield, and in negotiation meetings. To present historical facts with emotions of the people during the war and immediately after the war ended.

 

About the Speaker: Tibor Babic was born in Maribor, Slovenia, and after graduating high school, he went to Vienna, Austria to study political science. His goal is to work in international relations, which is why he chose to attend The Institute of World Politics for graduate school, where he graduated in May 2017. His research areas at IWP concentrate on EU and US relations and world order.

 

 


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