Posts tagged with ‘IFAT’

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    Security Policy Corvinae – Book launch

    On the 4th of October, 2019, the Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the launch of the book entitled “Security Policy Corvinae” published by the Antall József Knowledge Centre. Two editors of the volume, Kinga Szálkai and Tamás Péter Baranyi and of its authors, István Tarrósy discussed the significance, peculiarities and the content of the book with the moderator, Máté Szalai.

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    70 years of diplomatic relations between China and Hungary – conference at IFAT

    On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between China and Hungary, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a conference evaluating bilateral relations of the two countries. The event also provided a forum for authors contributing to the book to be published for the anniversary to present the results of their researches. The conference was organised jointly by IFAT and the China-CEE Institute.

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    How to deal with Russia, Ukraine and other neighbours in the East

    What are the main opportunities and challenges of a new European eastern policy? This was the central question of the lecture of Ambassador Michael Siebert, Director for Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia in the German Federal Foreign Office. The lecture was titled “How to deal with Russia, Ukraine and other neighbours in the East”, and took place on 16 September at the Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT). The lecture was followed by a discussion during which the participants talked about the rapprochement possibilities of the Member States of the EU’s Eastern Partnership, the domestic political developments in Ukraine, and disputes concerning the Nord Stream 2 project.

  • China and Hungary: 70 years of diplomatic relations

    The China-CEE Institute and the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has the pleasure to invite you to the conference…

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    State of the EU and the Future of EU Enlargement Policy

    In cooperation with the Hungarian Embassy in Montenegro, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organized its 4th conference within the framework of the Hungarian Cultural Season 2018-2019 in Podgorica on 10th September 2019. The event that took place in the EU Info Center under the title ‘State of the EU and the Future of EU Enlargement Policy’ aimed to analyse the current state of affairs in the European Union, including Brexit and how current developments might change the prospects of the EU enlargement process towards the Western Balkan region.

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    The UK and the EU – shared security challenges after Brexit

    On August 28, in cooperation with the British Embassy in Budapest IFAT hosted a roundtable discussion with special guest Nicholas Hopton, Director of EU External and Security Policy of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The main focus of the event was the security and defence aspects of Brexit and the possible future defense cooperation between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

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    Public lecture of a research fellow of The Japan Institute of International Affairs

    Both China and Japan have their own ambitious initiative for connecting countries and regions via infrastructure development. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has hosted a public lecture of Mr. Takeshi Miyai, research fellow at the Japan Institute of International Affairs and Think Visegrad visiting fellow on the two countries’ connectivity strategies and their Central and Eastern European (CEE) aspects.

  • How Japan’s and China’s Connectivity Strategies Intersect in Central and Eastern Europe: Ambitions and Ambiguities

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has the pleasure to invite you to the event entitled „How Japan’s and China’s Connectivity…

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    2019/13 – How Do You See the Future of the Gulf Cooperation Council Integration Format?

    In the 4:1 series of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, four researchers give a short answer to the same question concerning international politics and economics. Our aim is to launch the scientific debates in and beyond Hungary and to promote dialogue among experts. In this issue, our topic is: “How do you see the future of the Gulf Cooperation Council integration format?”