„It will be crucial to keep the coalition together after the initial euphoria fades away” said András Rácz , Member of the Board at the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy...

CEID host Georgian civils servants within the framework of the Civil Servant Mobility Program (CSMP) of the Think Visegrad Platform from 24th to 28th November. During their stay,  participants will have the opportunity to visit Hungarian public institutions, including the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry...

Ukrainian crisis is a turning point in Euro-Atlantic security, which creates new security realities for the 21th century and demands a significant response from NATO.Dániel Bartha, executive director of the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy in Hungary, expressed his opinion about the dramatically changing...

Last year brought major changes to the security of Central Europe with the conflict in Ukraine. It has not only altered security perceptions, but questioned the post-Cold War security architecture of Europe. On December 19th the Center for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy organized a discussion...

Since the Ukrainian crisis started Hungary received outstanding attention world-wide regarding its foreign policy towards Russia. Andras’s op-ed outlines some controversial points of the “Eastern Opening Policy” of the Orban-government and comments on the future perspectives considering the country’s international relations. According to Andras, without diversification of...

by Edit Inotai and András Rácz From A(ngela) to V(ladimir) Viktor Orbán and the Hungarian government has no reason to complain. 2015 begins with two high-class political visits to Hungary, dissolving the notion that Hungary has completely shut herself off from the world. Yet the two visits,...

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