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Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz discusses religious freedom and national identity

Marek Chodakiewicz speaking at the "Preserving Identity in the Face of Oppression" Conference

On February 2, IWP professor Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz spoke at a conference on the topic of “Preserving Identity in the Face of Oppression: Religious Freedom and National Identity in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia.”

The event, which took place at Meridian International Center, was co-sponsored by the Religious Freedom Institute and Freedom and Identity in Central Europe (FICE).

Other participants on the panel with Dr. Chodakiewicz were Lilla Nóra Kiss, Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Faculty at George Mason University and Founding Member of FICE; Emese Latkóczy, Director of the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation; Peter Burns, Executive Director of the IRF Summit; and Mónika Palotai, Visiting Fellow at the Hudson Institute and Founding Member of FICE, who served as a moderator.

At IWP, Dr. Chodakiewicz holds the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies, leads the Center for Intermarium Studies, and teaches classes on diplomacy, geography and strategy, the Intermarium region, mass murder prevention, Russian politics and foreign policy, and the European Union.


Speakers at the "Preserving Identity in the Face of Oppression" Conference