Tradition of Wilsonian Lectures goes back to 1960's when members of the Wilsonian Club invited US government officials to discuss world's political challenges, especially events in the Central and Eastern Europe. Wilsonian Lectures always examined the politics of Europe through the spectrum of policies and visions of President Wilson and his key role in the establishment of new European states.
Political situation in Central and Eastern Europe has changed and we have reflected the changes in our Wilsonian Lectures. Wilsonian Lectures offer Washington DC region resident historians, scholars and students an opportunity to meet with senior political and government leaders from the nations of Central and Eastern Europe. In the past several years we had ambassadors of Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Romania and Slovakia, senior officials of NATO and EU offices deliver the lecture, followed by lively Q&A and discussion. Join us at our next Wilsonian Lecture.