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Dr. Charles Gati

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Professorial Lecturer and Senior ...

Local Address: Washington, United States
Johns Hopkins University
242 Garland Hall 3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore , Maryland 21218
United States

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  • PhD , international relations
    Indiana University
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Magazine Roundup (23/05/2006) - signandsight, 23 May 2006 [cached]
In the Saturday edition, Charles Gati, historian at Johns Hopkins University explains how he researched the Hungarian people's revolt of 1956 in the archives of the secret service.
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According to Charles Gati, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and an adviser to the NIT study, "In Poland—which is now, as
Hungarian American Coalition ::: 2012 Press Releases ::: Source Material on 1956 Hungarian Revolution Available to U.S. Research Institutions, 1 Feb 2015 [cached]
Hungarian American Coalition Compiles Material Donated by Dr. Charles Gati
Charles Gati, political scientist and former senior adviser to the State Department, has donated a wealth of scholarly research material on the 1956 Revolution to the Hungarian American Coalition. Dr. Gati, currently a Senior Fellow of the John Hopkins University's Foreign Policy Institute, is a frequent commenter on Hungarian and East European politics. He fled his native Hungary during the 1956 revolution.
In 2006, Dr. Gati's latest book, Failed Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt, was published by the Wilson Center Press as part of the Cold War International History project.
Gati has donated his collection of resources, amassed during the writing of Failed Illusions, to the Coalition. The collection includes more than 100 sources, including monographs in several languages, intelligence reports, speeches, scholarly articles, and documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.
The Coalition has scanned all of this material and placed it in digital format onto a CD. Please contact the Hungarian American Coalition if you are a university, research institution or library willing to accept the entire collection and make it available free of charge to interested scholars.
We wish to thank Professor Gati for preserving this archival material for interested readers. : Truefacts : True Facts, 7 July 2012 [cached]
CFR member Charles Gati (Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute)
CEPA: CED (Hungarian Rhapsodies), 16 Dec 2011 [cached]
Charles Gati
In the January/February 2012 edition of American Interest, Charles Gati, Professorial Lecturer and Interim Director of Russian and Eurasian Studies at Johns Hopkins/SAIS, writes on the wide-ranging changes that Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán's government has implemented since coming to power in 2010.
Arguing that some of these changes undermine Hungary's democratic institutions, Professor Gati believes the United States and the EU should "speak with one voice" in expressing concern over the direction the Hungarian government has taken.
Charles Gati is Senior Adjunct Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies and Foreign Policy Institute Fellow at the School of Advanced International Studies at The Johns Hopkins University.
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