MIRACLE OR NECESSITY? 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
Past EventsR. S. V. P
Nov 7-8: A joint conference of the Danube Institute, the Institute of Strategic Studies (National University of Public Service/NKE) and the Hanns Seidel Stiftung
András Koltay, rector, National University of Public Service
Oliver Jörg, secretary general, Hanns Seidel Foundation
John O’Sullivan, president, Danube Institute
15:20 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: HUNGARY AND THE REUNIFICATION OF EUROPE
Edmund Stoiber, former Minister of Interior of Bavaria (1988-1993), and former Prime Minister of Bavaria (1993-2007)
15:50 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULE OF LAW IN HUNGARY
Imre Kónya, founder and leader of the Independent Jurists’ Forum and participant of the Opposition Roundtable in 1989
16:15 FATE, ACCIDENT OR PLAN?
Panel discussion moderated by Gergely Prőhle (director, STI and former ambassador to Berlin)
Edmund Stoiber, Imre Kónya, and Balázs Orbán, Parliamentary and Strategic State Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office
17.00 Coffee break
17:20 MANAGING THE SOVIET COLLAPSE: EXPERIENCE AND LESSONS
Roundatble discussion moderated by Zsuzsanna Breier, former secretary of state for European Affairs, Hessen
Charles Crawford, former British diplomat working on USSR/Russia policy issues (1991-96)
Clark Judge, speechwriter and special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George Bush
Hubertus Knabe, historian, former director, Hohenschönhausen Stasi Memorial Museum
András Oplatka, historian and journalist, former Neue Zürcher Zeitung correspondent in Moscow and then in Budapest
Mária Schmidt, director of the House of Terror Museum
10:00 RECONCILING THE TWO EUROPES: THEN AND NOW
Roundtable discussion moderated by Gyula Kodolányi, foreign policy adviser of József Antall (1990-1993)
Ed Feulner, founder and former president of The Heritage Foundation
Géza Jeszenszky, former foreign minister of Hungary (1990-1994)
Ludger Kühnhardt, director, Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI), Bonn University
Charles Powell, foreign policy adviser of Margaret Thatcher
Alexandr Vondra, MEP, co-founder and leading member of the Civic Forum in Czechoslovakia, 1989
The event will be video-recorded and the film will be put on our website. By participating, you agree to the use of your image in the film.
Please register via the RSVP link before 10am Nov 6.
Panel discussion on the 2019 EP elections - VIDEOVideos
For maybe the first time, voters in Europe were mobilized by European (and global) issues, rather than domestic politics. Topics as migration and climate change have drawn voters in large numbers.
What Next for Ukraine:Ukraine after the Election. VIDEOVideos
With English subtitles!
Invisible Victims Conference Part2 - Panel1. VIDEOVideos
Persecution, the Media and the Public: Mervyn Thomas, Damian Thompson, Stephen Bullivant, Fiona Bruce. Moderator: Peter Whittle.
Invisible Victims Conference. Part 3. Lecture by David Martin Jones. VIDEO.Videos
Religion and the Clash of Civilizations
Invisible Victims Conference. Part 4. Responses. VIDEOVideos
Baroness Cox, Miriam Lexmann, Kishore Jalabayan.
Invisible Victims Conference Part 5. - Panel 2. VIDEOVideos
How are we addressing the problem? Can we do better? How are the churches responding? Hajnalka Juhász, Fr. Benedict Kiely. Moderated by Lord Brian Griffiths
The Free Market Roadshow 2019 Part2: Autonomous Automobiles-Good or Bad? VIDEOVideos
Dr Róbert Pintér's Introduction followed by a student debate. Judges: Eszter Petronella Soós and Dr. Judit Mihalik April 12, 2019
FMRS 2019 Part 1: Europe at the Crossroads VIDEOVideos
The Free Market Roadshow 2019 - Budapest Edition April 12, 2019
After the Elections: What Next for Ukraine?/Ukrajna az elnökválasztás után: Hogyan tovább?Past Events
What can we expect after the April 21 presidential election? Mire számíthatunk az április 21-i elnökválasztás után?
Invisible Victims: Persecuted Believers and Western GovernmentsPast Events
An International Conference IN LONDON, organized by the Danube Institute and the New Culture Forum
MAPH-1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24.
Phone: +36 1 269 1041
Switch to a larger map