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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.

Russia and international security in North-East-Asia

On 11th June 2018, in the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), Ambassador Vladimir F. Pryakhin held a lecture on the role and aims of Russia in the North-East-Asian region. György Nanovfszky gave the introduction, and the event was moderated by György Ilyash, associate research fellow at IFAT.

Márton Ugrósdy represented IFAT at the 10th European Economic Congress in Katowice

Márton Ugrósdy represented IFAT at the 10th European Economic Congress in Katowice, Poland on May 14-15.

The Visegrad Group Facing New Challenges

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in cooperation with the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students [DOSz] jointly organized a conference on V4 challenges under the framework of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation on the 4th of June. During the two panels, PhD and DLA students shared their research results with the audience.

Monday, June 4, 2018 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The Visegrad Group Facing New Challenges | Details »
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
New Security Challenges from a V4 Perspective | Details »
Thursday, May 24, 2018 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Cyber threats in Central and Eastern Europe: Perspectives from the Visegrad 4 and the Baltics | Details »
Friday, May 11, 2018 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
The Future of the Visegrad Cooperation - V4 Roadshow, Debrecen | Details »
Thursday, May 10, 2018 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
African Agriculture & Sustainable Development: Morocco's A AA Strategy | Details »
Thursday, May 10, 2018 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The Future of the Visegrad Cooperation - V4 Roadshow, Pécs | Details »
May 17, 2018

Hungarian Interests in the Debate on the Future of the Cohesion Policy

Analysis by Sándor Gyula Nagy and Gábor Ferenc Kiss

May 16, 2018

2018/10 - What Role Do the External Actors (Russia, China, Turkey, and the European Union) Play in the Western Balkans?

In the 4:1 series of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, four researchers give a short answer to the same questions concerning international politics and economics. Our aim is to launch the scientific debates in Hungary and promote dialogue among experts. In this issue, our topic is: “What Role Do the External Actors (Russia, China, Turkey, and the European Union) Play in the Western Balkans?”

May 14, 2018

2018/09 - Why Does the Assad Regime Use Chemical Weapons in the Syrian Civil War?

In the 4:1 series of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, four researchers give a short answer to the same questions concerning international politics and economics. Our aim is to launch the scientific debates in Hungary and promote dialogue among experts. In this issue, our topic is: “Why Does the Assad Regime Use Chemical Weapons in the Syrian Civil War?”

Apr 25, 2018

External Economic Position and Branding in Romania

Studies by Tímea Ölvedi and Gábor Miklós

Apr 23, 2018

2018/06 - Could India Become an Economic Superpower?

In the 4:1 series of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, four researchers give a short answer to the same questions concerning international politics and economics. Our aim is to launch the scientific debates in Hungary and promote dialogue among experts. In this issue, our topic is: “Could India Become an Economic Superpower?”

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