Norman Stone on Russia, Central Europe and the West
Professor Stone talks about the relations within Europe.
On February 23, we hosted an conference on the topic
in which distinguished speakers examined the series of recent developments that together have raised the question, “What is democracy?”.
The speakers included:
Professor Ryszard Legutko, MEP, author of “The Demon in Democracy”;
The Honourable Charles Crawford, former U. K. Ambassador to Poland, author of “Speeches for Leaders”;
Dr. John Fonte, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for American Common Culture at the Hudson
Institute author, “Sovereignty or Submission”;
David Satter, journalist, film maker and author of “The Less You Know, the Better You Sleep”;
Miriam Lexmann, International Republican Institute;
György Schöpflin, MEP, former Jean Monnet professor of politics, University College London;
Professor Norman Stone, academic, historian and author
numerous histories, including, “The Atlantic and Its Enemies”.
These questions included:
• What explains the rise of populism? Is it democratic?
• What is illiberal democracy? How does it differ from majoritarian
• What is post-democracy? How does it it differ from liberal
• Can global governance be democratic?
• Is liberal democracy really the ‘end of history’?
SPEAKER — JOHN O’SULLIVAN
DEBATING DEMOCRACY-AN OVERVIEW
SPEAKER — JOHN FONTE, HUDSON INSTITUTE
CONFUSING DEMOCRACY—RUSSIA, CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE WEST
SPEAKER — DAVID SATTER
RESPONDENTS — PROFESSOR NORMAN STONE, AND MIRIAM LEXMANN OF IRI
DEMOCRACY, POPULISM AND BREXIT—BRITAIN AND EUROPE
SPEAKER — CHARLES CRAWFORD
LUNCHEON ADDRESS: “THE DEMON IN DEMOCRACY”
PROFESSOR RYSZARD LEGUTKO, MEP - 30 MIN
RESPONDENT, GYÖRGY SCHÖPFLIN, MEP
Q & A
MCC Neighbourhood Dialogues 2018Future events
Conference about The role of the V4 countries in the future of the EU.
Austrian Economics Meeting Europe: Call for PapersFuture events
The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe invites young scholars to next year's meeting in Budapest.
The Benedict Option and The Future of the WestPast Events
Rod Dreher, author of New York Times best seller The Benedict Option, gives a lecture at the Danube Institute on March 9.
The New Geopolitics Of The Middle East
Date: 21/02/2018 5:00 p.m.
Location: Danube Institute, 1067 Budapest, Eötvös utca 24
A presentation by Professor David Newman on the Geopolitical Dynamics and Border Changes in the Israel/Palestine Conflict.
Germany Between Elections and a New Government: ‘Encore’ or New Casting?
Date: 13/02/2018 4:00 p.m.
Location: 24 Eötvös u., 1067 Budapest
A debate on the German political landscape in 2018 at the Danube Institue, on February 13.
Danube Institute Internship Programme ⁄ ÖsztöndíjInternship
The Danube Institute invited applications for its four-month internship programme starting in February 2018.
Autonomy or secession: the case of Catalonia
Date: 29/11/2017 4:00 p.m.
Location: 1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24., Danube Institute
What theoretical and practical implications does the Catalan example have for Spain and Europe? A discussion at the Danube Institute.
100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution
Date: 09/11/2017 1:00 p.m.
Location: Budapest, Horánszky u. 20, 1085 - Párbeszéd Háza
On November 9, Danube Institute held an international conference on the Russian Revolution.
The EU and Israel: an uneasy relationship
Date: 13/11/2017 2:30 p.m.
Location: Eötvös u. 24, Budapest, Danube Institute
Professor Eytan Gilboa (Israel Public Diplomacy Forum) and Dr. István Gyarmati (ICDT) talked about the Middle East.
Making Hungarians, Making Europeans: Problems, SolutionsPast Events
A mini-conference on demography at the Danube Institute on October 25.
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