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,...

The project is focusing on four aspects of regional cooperation in the changing European security environment. You can read further details on the goals of the project on the following link. On 25th June CEID with its local partner, the Prague Security Studies Institute organised a...

Our conference on the future prospects of the Hungarian-Polish bilateral relations this Tuesday raised several significant questions, such as the implications of the Ukrainian crisis on the long-standing cooperation of the two nations, security policy concerns, the region’s overdependence on Russian energy, the effectiveness of...

CEID organised a conference with four panel discussions on Polish-Hungarian relations in partnership with the Corvinus Society for Foreign Affairs and Culture (CSFAC) and the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Hungary and the Polish...

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