CEID celebrated its second Euro-Atlantic Café in Eger, by invitation of the Agria Universitas Foundation of the Eszterházy Károly College. Our outstanding guests were Mr. Géza Jeszenszky, former foreign minister and two-times ambassador of Hungary (to Washington and to Oslo) and Mr. András Dékány, former...

In 2015 the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID) is organizing a series of discussions on transatlantic issues in the framework of our new project Euro-Atlantic Café. The project is supported by the Embassy of the United States to Hungary. Our goal is to...

The Central European Policy Institute (CEPI) presented its new "DAV4 III Expert Group Report: From bullets to supersonics: V4 on the brink of industrial cooperation" . The DAV4 process is the initiative of CEPI to support the defence cooperation of the Visegrád countries. Launched in 2011...

The Finnish Institute of International Affairs launched its new research project titled "Security and Insecurity in Europe: How the War in Ukraine Has Affected the Regional Perceptions", in which CEID is a contributing partner.  The project was supported by the International Visegrad Fund. CEID will be represented in...

In the framework of the 2015 Civil Servant Mobility Program (CSMP) supported by the International Visegrad Fund (IVF), 6 Ukrainian delegates visited Budapest in order to gain a deeper insight into the Hungarian governments' strategies towards Small and Medium Enterprises. The professional content of the program...

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...

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