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"Spanish-Catalan conflict" - public lecture by dr. Sándor Gyula Nagy

The Student Council of the University of Szeged organized a public lecture about the Spanish-Catalan conflict on the 13th of November, 2017.

Western Balkans Diplomatic Days: Closed multilateral panel at IFAT

As part of the “Western Balkans Diplomatic Days” series organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, representatives from Western Balkans countries spent a week in Budapest. During their stay, closed multilateral discussions were held between the diplomats from the Western Balkans and representatives of IFAT and the Ministry on 9th November 2017.

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security of The Korea National Diplomatic Academy signed a Memorandum of Understanding

On the 8th of November, 2017, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the IFANS co-orgainzed a conference on the transtional experiences of the V4 countries.

Sándor Gyula Nagy, the senior research fellow of IFAT hold a lecture in Rajk College

Sándor Gyula Nagy, the senior research fellow of IFAT hold a lecture in Rajk College for Advanced Studies with the title „Quo vadis Catalonia” as part the Freshmen course on 8th of November 2017.

German Elections and the Future of Europe

The event organized by the Center for Strategic and Defense Studies was part of the Central European Perspectives workshop series, which was held on 6 November 2017.

“Nach der Wahl 2017: The outcome of the German federal elections and its effect to the German-Hungarian relations”: a joint conference by the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Hungary

The aim of the joint conference of the Institute for Foreing Affairs (IFAT) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), which was held on 25 October, was to present the results of the 2017 German federal parliamentary elections and to analyze its consequences and possible effects on German-Hungarian relations. The discussion amongst several experts on the topic as well as high-level politicians and diplomats was attended by an audience of nearly 120 people.

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted a meeting titled: The “EU Army” after Brexit.

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a meeting titled: The “EU Army” after Brexit, on October 19. The guests of the event were: Ružica Jakešević (University of Zagreb); Damir Črnčec (Institute for Global Governance, Szlovénia), Arnold Kammel (Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy); as well as István Balogh, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, head of Department on Security Policy and Non-Proliferation. The event was moderated by Márton Ugrósdy, Deputy Directo...

The prospects of the Hungarian-Israeli relations

On 17th October, Avi Dichter, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee of the Knesset and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly held a public lecture about the Hungarian-Israeli bilateral cooperation at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT). The lecturers spoke about the current geopolitical situation of the Middle East, the counter-terrorism policies of Israel, and the possible fields of cooperation between ...

Public lecture of the former Thai Foreign Minister at IFAT

On 5th October 2017, Mr Tej Bunnag, the former Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand held a public lecture at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT). He spoke of the role played by H.R.H. Wan Waithayakon during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, during which he served as the President of the United Nations General Assembly. The event was organized in cooperation with the Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest.

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"Spanish-Catalan conflict" - public lecture by dr. Sándor Gyula Nagy

The Student Council of the University of Szeged organized a public lecture about the Spanish-Catalan conflict on the 13th of November, 2017.

Western Balkans Diplomatic Days: Closed multilateral panel at IFAT

As part of the “Western Balkans Diplomatic Days” series organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, representatives from Western Balkans countries spent a week in Budapest. During their stay, closed multilateral discussions were held between the diplomats from the Western Balkans and representatives of IFAT and the Ministry on 9th November 2017.

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security of The Korea National Diplomatic Academy signed a Memorandum of Understanding

On the 8th of November, 2017, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the IFANS co-orgainzed a conference on the transtional experiences of the V4 countries.

Sándor Gyula Nagy, the senior research fellow of IFAT hold a lecture in Rajk College

Sándor Gyula Nagy, the senior research fellow of IFAT hold a lecture in Rajk College for Advanced Studies with the title „Quo vadis Catalonia” as part the Freshmen course on 8th of November 2017.