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Mexico after the Presidential Election

On July 11, 2018, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted a roundtable discussion titled “Mexico After the Presidential Election - The Background of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s Victory and the International Political and Economic Consequences of His Presidency.” The guest speakers were Iván Medveczky, the Ambassador of Hungary in Mexico City, and Ágnes Deák, Ph.D. student at Corvinus University of Budapest, and the moderator was Sándor Gyula Nagy, senior research fellow of IFAT....

Opening and Identity – Geopolitics, World Trade, Europe

On 20th June 2018, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the book launch of the recent volume titled „Opening and Identity – Geopolitics, World Trade, Europe” by János Martonyi. The invited speakers included the former Minister of Foreign Affairs and author János Martonyi, Chairman of the Committe on Foreign Affairs of the Hungarian National Assembly Zsolt Németh, and professor emeritus Tibor Várady. The event was moderated by Márton Schőberl, Director of IFAT.

Economic diplomacy in practice: roundtable discussion with economic and commercial attachés

On 25 June the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a roundtable discussion analysing the opportunities of Hungary in terms of export and investment promotion, based on the experiences of economic and commercial attachés. As participants of the roundtable three attachés were invited - Zsuzsanna László from Sao Paulo, Ferenc Fási from Beijing and Domonkos Lakner from Copenhagen.

Tamás Levente Molnár participated in PAIGEO’s GeoDebates conference

Tamás Levente Molnár, IFAT’s research fellow participated in Pallas Athene Geopolitical Research Institute’ GeoDebates conference, an Oxford-style debate event.