CEID Events

The Dragon in Europe: What should be the EU policy on China?

The Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID) in partnership with the Equilibrium Institute kindly invites you to the second event of its online European Café series entitled : ‘The Dragon in Europe: What should be the EU policy on China?’ The next event of…

Euro-Atlantic Café: Geopolitical priorities of the Biden administration in Central Europe

We are pleased to invite you to the next event of our Euro-Atlantic Café series which will be an exclusive discussion with US experts from Washington D.C. As many European nations celebrated the election of the incoming US President Joe Biden, some Central European governments were skeptical…

Beyond COVID-19: Managing economic crisis and the future of cohesion policy

The Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID) in partnership with the Equilibrium Institute kindly invites you to the first event of its online European Café series entitled : ‘Beyond COVID-19: Economic crisis management and the future of cohesion policy in the EU’ The goal…

Euro-Atlantic Café: Transatlantic Relations in the Presidential Election

We are pleased to invite you to the next event of our Euro-Atlantic Café series. The first online discussion will focus on the perspectives of Transatlantic relations, in light of the US presidential election campaign. Although the campaign is clearly dominated by a domestic agenda (e.g. fight…

Euro-Atlantic Café: The State of the Alliance

We are pleased to invite you to the relaunch of our Euro-Atlantic Café series. Transatlantic relations suffered a serious blow in the past years. Europe tends to blame the current US administration, however symptoms of an estrangement have been there  for more then a decade. The decision…

Refocus the European Union: Planet, Lifetime, Technology

Dear Sir or Madam, We are pleased to invite you to our next public event, organized in partnership with Carnegie Europe and Open Society European Policy Insitute, analysing their study titled ‘Refocus the European Union: Planet, Lifetime, Technology“. Europe’s political leaders need to take much faster action on three…

Pulse of Europe: Public opinion towards democracy, market economy and the EU

Dear Sir or Madam, The Pew Research Center is releasing a major study of pan-European public opinion towards democracy, market economies and the EU on 15th October. The report, published at the 30th anniversary of the democratic transformation, explores public attitudes about the past, present,…

Dwa Bratanki 2019: In search of Poland’s and Hungary’s common foreign policy goals

Following the success of the previous Dwa Bratanki conferences, this year’s forum is to be organised on the 26th of September 2019, in the Polish Institute in Budapest. As in the prior years, we co-organise our conference with the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) and…

AfterMath of the European elections

As the last event of this season’s European Café series within CEID’s ‘Vote for Europe!’ campaign, we organized a panel discussion assessing the results and of the European elections and their possible implications with Mr Roland Freudenstein (Martens Center, Brussels) and Mr Gergely Polner (Hanbury…

Európai Unió – hogyan tovább?

A CEID és a Heves Megyei Europe Direct közös rendezvényén Donáth Annával, a Momentum Mozgalom európai parlamenti képviselő-jelöltjével, valamint Jávor Benedekkel, a Párbeszéd európai parlamenti képviselőjével beszélgetett Inotai Edit, a CEID vezető kutatója arról, hogyan látják a magyar pártok és az európai választásokon elinduló jelöltek…

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