The Global Impact of 1956: Race, Neutralism, and National Liberation
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In 1956, the world witnessed two upheavals: a major rift in European communism, with the revolutions in Poland and Hungary; and the onset of decolonization after the abortive Suez invasion by France and Great Britain. In this 50th anniversary of that momentous year, we propose to look beyond these seminal events and explore their impact on three significant issues -– race, neutralism, and national liberation -– which continue to affect the world today.
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