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Roundtable discussion: In search of an EU role in Syria’s future

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

What can we expect from Bolsonaro in Brazil? - Round-table discussion at IFAT

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.

Hungarian women in diplomacy roundtable event

The third instalment of the popular “Women in Diplomacy” roundtable series took place on 18th October 2018 at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT). The event featured three distinguished guests: dr. Gabriella Kereszty, Chief Foreign Policy Advisor of the Presidential Office, Eszter Sándorfi, Head of the North America Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, as well as Mrs. Zanathy dr. Györgyi Martin, Head of the Internal Supervision Department of the Ministry of ...

Delegation of the Angolan Higher Institute for International Relations visited IFAT

As part of an official visit to Hungary, the delegation of the Angolan Higher Institute for International Relations (Instituto Superior de Relações Internacionais, ISRI) had a round of meetings at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade on October 17.

Closed discussion panel on the Romanian economy was held at IFAT

On 15th of October the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted Mr. Andrei Radulescu, director of macroeconomic research of Banca Transilvania and researcher at the Institute for World Economy of the Romanian Academy of Sciences who held a keynote at the closed discussion panel focusing on the Romanian economy.

Focusing on Industry 4.0

On 11 October, Péter Goreczky, senior analyst of IFAT participated in a panel discussion at the Leasing Professional Days 2018 conference in Balatonfüred, organised by the Hungarian Leasing Association.

Thursday, November 22, 2018 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
15 years since the Fifth Enlargement – how coherent is Europe? | Details »
Thursday, November 15, 2018 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Stronger Together Brexit – A Form of New Cooperation or Nasty Divorce? | Details »
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Danube Commission 70 years – Inland Navigation: Diagnosis, Institutions and Visions in Europe | Details »
Monday, November 12, 2018 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
In search of an EU role in Syria's future | Details »
Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Scenarios for Brazil after the elections | Details »
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
How long can enthusiasm towards the EU be sustained? The Future of the EU-Western Balkans Relations | Details »
Nov 19, 2018

2018/18 - What to Expect from the 2018/2019 Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation?

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 to Expect from the 2018/2019 Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation?”

Oct 5, 2018

BREXIT – Why so Complicated?

Analysis by Barnabás Szabó

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IFAT Podcast Special Edition - Geopolitical shifts and global trends: The view from Gellert Hill

George Friedman, the world renowned geopolitical forecaster and IR author, was a guest on IFAT's podcast (this week). He discussed the major geopolitical shifts unfolding in the US, Europe, China and Russia, while also shedding light on the long-term trends in demographics, technology, warfare and climate change. The discussion was moderated by Diána Szőke, Senior Analyst of IFAT.