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    Márton Ugrósdy visited Seoul

    IFAT’s director, Márton Ugrósdy took part the the conference commemorating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Hungary and the Republic of Korea held on July 26 in Seoul, ROK.

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    Two researchers of IFAT participated in the Gulf Research Meeting 2019

    The annual Gulf Research Meeting (GRM) took place between the 15th and 18th of July in Cambridge, providing room for consultation for the scholars working on Gulf-related issues. Two researchers of IFAT also participated in the conference organised by the Gulf Research Centre – Erzsébet N. Rózsa, our external research fellow, and Máté Szalai, our senior researcher.

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    Dr. László Vasa’s meetings in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur

    Dr. László Vasa, chief advisor and senior research fellow of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade visited Singapore and Kuala Lumpur and met potential partner institutions as a member of the study tour delegation of Széchenyi István University (Győr, Hungary), with the professional support of the Embassy of Hungary in Singapore.

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    Hungarian national interest in Europe: minority affairs in the European Parliament

    On 8 July 2019 the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the round-table discussion, Hungarian national interest in Europe: minority affairs in the European Parliament. Among the invited guests, Balázs Brucker, political scientist, held the keynote speech, ’The national minority intergroup of the European Parliament: an old-new instrument for minority interest enformecement’, to which Zoltán Kántor, Director of the Research Institute for Hungarian Communities Abroad and Attila Kovács, Associate Research Fellow of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade reflected and added their professional ideas. The roundtable discussion was moderated by Márton Ugrósdy, Director of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

  • Korea and Hungary – 30 years

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), in cooperation with the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS)…

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    Regional cooperation in the Western Balkans: The Berlin Process and Visegrad Group in comparison

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the promotional event of the project entitled ‘Regional cooperation in the Western Balkans: The Berlin Process and Visegrad Group in comparison’ on 28th June 2019. The project is implemented by a consortium of think tanks from the V4 and WB6, among others the SEE Think Net Network, the Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis”, the Network of the European Movement in Serbia and IFAT and is financially supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

  • Regional cooperation in the Western Balkans: The Berlin Process and Visegrad Group in comparison’

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, the SEE Think Net Network, the Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” and the…

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    Future of EU enlargement policy in the light of EP elections

    The series of IFAT-events organised as part of the Hungarian Cultural Season in the Western Balkans continued in Skopje on 13th June 2019. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Hungarian Embassy in Skopje organized together a conference entitled ‘Future of EU enlargement policy in the light of EP elections’. The event covered a topic of high interest as the upcoming European Council might take issues related to EU enlargement on its agenda. The conference was held the EU Info Centre.

  • The future of the EU after the EP elections: the Presidency’s point of view

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, in cooperation with the State Secretariat for European Union Policies and Coordination of…

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    The “Ask the Expert” series continued in Szeged

    The University of Szeged Faculty of Law and Political Sciences hosted the second event of IFAT’s dedicated season titled “The 70-year-old history of NATO and Hungary’s 20 year-old history in the Alliance” within the framework of the ‘Ask the Expert’ foreign policy-themed discussion series. The invited panelists included Gergely Varga, PhD, senior research fellow at IFAT, Péter Stepper, PhD, researcher at Antall József Knowledge Centre, and Gábor Csizmazia, assistant research fellow at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service. The event was moderated by András Hárs, dr.jur., assistant research fellow at the the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Szeged.