IFAT hosted the launch of Hungarians In Kiev, Árpád István Magyar’s recent book. The nearly 400 pages long issue follows the line along which the Hungarians, Rus’ people and the Ukrainians had met throughout history – from as early as the 9th century till recent days. The roundtable discussion was held with the participation of the editors, moderated by Sándor Ackermann.
On November 15, 2018, our institute organized a roundtable discussion featuring Dr. Hartmut Mayer and Dr. Charles Enoch, professors at Saint Antony’s College, Oxford, and Szabolcs Takács, Secretary of State responsible for EU affairs.
On 22nd November Mr. Matti Maasikas, Undersecretary of European Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Estonia held a public lecture at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade at an event titled “15 years since the Fifth Enlargement – how coherent is Europe?”
The Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the conference entitled ‘How long can enthusiasm towards the EU be sustained? The Future of the EU-Western Balkans Relations’ on 6th of November discussing the political situation in the Western Balkans in relation to EU accession and the various socioeconomic challenges of that process. The conference was co-organized and supported by the Directorate-General for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations and the Representation...
It has been more than seven years that the Syrian civil war broke out, but we may still be far from finding a solution to the conflict that has taken over half a million lives. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) organized a roundtable discussion with two experienced diplomats who both served as ambassadors in the Middle Eastern country, aiming to better understand the EU’s role in Syria’s future
At the second round of the Brazilian presidential elections held in the 28th of October, Jair Bolsonaro has managed to beat the left-wing candidate in the election run-off. Thus, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has organised a round-table discussion to forecast, what we can expect from the controversial president-elect known for his radical comments.