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Visegrad retains its importance

We still need the Visegrad Four, as these countries will play an important role in the debate about the future of Europe.

Roundtable discoussion on the results and consequences of the Turkish referendum

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organised a roundtable discussion on the results of the Turkish referendum on the 18th of April 2017. The invited guests were Zoltán Egeresi (IFAT, Centre for Strategic and Defense Studies), Nikolett Pénzváltó (Centre for Strategic and Defense Studies), and Máté Szalai (IFAT, Corvinus University of Budapest). The discussion was moderated by Péter Tamás Baranyi (Antall József Knowledge Centre).

Policy Briefing on MENARA

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade held a Policy Briefing on MENARA-project.

The IFAT organised a roundtable discussion entitled “Libya: civil war, migration and terrorism”.

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organised a roundtable discussion on the 12th of April, 2017 entitled “Libya: civil war, migration and terrorism”. The participants – Viktor Marsai (National University of Public Service), Máté Szalai (IFAT, Corvinus University of Budapest), Tamás Szűcs (foreign policy journalist) and Péter Wagner (IFAT) – discussed the most pressing questions of the Libyan conflict, mainly through the lenses of European and Hungarian security...