Instability, economic slowdown, clashes between states and alliances? Ukraine and the Central European region.
The Ukraine crisis has the potential to create an economic slowdown and clashes between states.
A conversation between James C. Bennett and ZoltÃ¡n GÃ¡lik.
A leading US scholar asks whether the global ideologists will succeed in persuading the liberal democratic state to commit political suicide.
How an ordinary Russian school teacher escaped the grim reality of Soviet life
Governments as well as banks were to blame for the crisis which rocked the international financial system in 2008
Escaping from Quantitative Easing like landing a jet fighter on a moving aircraft carrier in a storm, says ex-finance minister
The once popular political jokes simply canâ€™t survive the transition from communism to capitalism.
Modern surveillance methods reveal patterns of human behaviour that can frustrate terrorist plots and save lives.
Personal tragedies demonstrate the consequences of the doomed attempt to reshape human nature.
What 1956 meant to the world
Date: 11/10/2016 9:30 a.m.
Location: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Széchenyi I. tér 9, 1051 Budapest
A one-day international conference on the origins and impact of the Hungarian Uprising.
Communism’s Poisoned LegacyPast Events
A conference on the impact of communism on culture, law, and society.
Europe vs ElectionsPast Events
Will the Dutch, French and German Elections Change Europe’s Future?
What is democracy?Past Events
A Danube Institute conference with international speakers debating on democracy.
Political speeches: democracy in the era of fake newsFuture events
Former British Ambassador Charles Crawford, CMG on the challenge of political speeches in a new era.
From the democracy's demon to Putin's Russia: a book signing event
Date: 23/02/2017 5:18 p.m.
Location: Bestsellers, Oktober 6. utca 11, 1051 Budapest
The Demon in Democracy (by Professor Ryszard Legutko) and The Less You Know, the Better You Sleep (by David Satter). Book signing event on February 23.
MAPH-1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24.
Phone: +36 1 269 1041
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