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Senior analyst from the Japanese Institute of Energy Economics visits IFAT

On 16th January 2018 Mr Shoichi Itoh, senior analyst from the Institute of Energy Economics in Tokyo visited the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, where he took part in a meeting with IFAT colleagues to discuss global energy trends, the outlook for the Central European energy market, and the region’s trade ties to Russia and China.

IFAT publishes joint book with Azerbaijan’s Center for Strategic Studies

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) published a new book together with the Center for Strategic Studies (SAM) in Baku. The publication, entitled “The South Caucasus-Centered Transport Hub: The Crossroads of the East-West and the North-South Corridors” was presented at a book launch event in Budapest on 20th December 2017.

Central Europe – In the Heart of Europe

On 15 December the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted the last event of the Stronger Together – Mapping a New Path for the European Union event series this year. The event was unconventionally held in Hungarian. The event was organized by the IFAT, and supported by the State Secretariat for European Union Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office.

V4 after Brexit: a new opportunity for Japan in Europe?

13th December 2017 KKI gave home to the event „V4 after Brexit: new opportunity for Japan in Europe? “

Press release on the Final Meeting of Civil Diplomacy on Migration Project funded by the International Visegrad Fund

On 9 November 2017, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted the Final Meeting of the Civil Diplomacy on Migration Project (CIVPOL) funded by the International Visegrad Fund in order to share the results of the project to political representatives.

Women in diplomacy

On 5 December 2017 the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the round-table discussion entitled “Women in diplomacy” for the second time, following the first event of the series in March 2017.

IFAT hosted the roundtable discussion of Prezi’s founder and the director of innovations from the Trading House

On 29 November the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a roundtable discussion on the opportunities of Hungarian start-ups for entering the global markets. Péter Árvai, founder and CEO of Prezi and Sebestyén Tamás, director of innovations of the Hungarian National Trading House were invited as participants of the roundtable.

 

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Senior analyst from the Japanese Institute of Energy Economics visits IFAT

On 16th January 2018 Mr Shoichi Itoh, senior analyst from the Institute of Energy Economics in Tokyo visited the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, where he took part in a meeting with IFAT colleagues to discuss global energy trends, the outlook for the Central European energy market, and the region’s trade ties to Russia and China.

IFAT publishes joint book with Azerbaijan’s Center for Strategic Studies

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) published a new book together with the Center for Strategic Studies (SAM) in Baku. The publication, entitled “The South Caucasus-Centered Transport Hub: The Crossroads of the East-West and the North-South Corridors” was presented at a book launch event in Budapest on 20th December 2017.

Call for Papers - MFAT-IFAT-DOSz Conference on the Visegrad Four

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) in cooperation with the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) and the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students (“Doktoranduszok Országos Szövetsége” [DOSz]) is pleased to inform you about the forthcoming “MFAT-IFAT-DOSz Conference” which is going to take place in Budapest in May 2018. The issue of the conference will concentrate on the Hungarian presidency of the Visegrad Four, looking at the challenges and opportunities this re...

Central Europe – In the Heart of Europe

On 15 December the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted the last event of the Stronger Together – Mapping a New Path for the European Union event series this year. The event was unconventionally held in Hungarian. The event was organized by the IFAT, and supported by the State Secretariat for European Union Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office.