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On November 11, 2019 Todd Huizinga, President and executive director of the Center for Transatlantic Renewal, will join in a discussion on the changing US - EU relations both past and present.

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

2019 marks the 80th anniversary of the pact between the Nazi and Communist dictatorships. The Danube Institute has invited five distinguished historians and commentators to assess its impact

The Danube Institute is inviting applications for its four-month internship programme starting in September 2019.

The Hon. Tony Abbott was Australia's Prime Minister 2013-2015. His government succeeded in stopping the criminal enterprise of organised illegal immigration. What was their key to success?

A discussion of the Rise of the Meritocracy on the sixtieth birthday of the book by Michael Young

The high turnout rate and the loss of ground for the traditional European parties have proven that European voters want change - but eurosceptics have not achieved a general breakthrough.

The Virtue of Nationalism: A conference co-sponsored by the Danube Institute and other institutions

What is 5G? How does it differ from 4G? What are the implications for how we live, work, educate and entertain? What are the security threats to societies and countries?

Joint conference in Zagreb of Centar Obnovu Kulture and Danube Institute: What the EU will look like after May 26th

Panel discussion on the 2019 EP elections - VIDEO

Videos

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. VIDEO

Videos

With English subtitles!

Invisible Victims Conference Part2 - Panel1. VIDEO

Videos

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. VIDEO

Videos

Baroness Cox, Miriam Lexmann, Kishore Jalabayan.

Invisible Victims Conference Part 5. - Panel 2. VIDEO

Videos

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? VIDEO

Videos

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 VIDEO

Videos

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 Governments

Past Events

An International Conference IN LONDON, organized by the Danube Institute and the New Culture Forum

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