Edited video record of the conference held in Budapest on 12th December 2014.
Public lecture delivered by Roland Freudenstein | 20th November 2014
Public lecture delivered by Anthony O'Hear at the PÃ¡zmÃ¡ny PÃ©ter Catholic University | 11th November 2014
Public lecture delivered by David Coleman | 14th October 2014
Public lecture delivered by Clark S. Judge on 24th September 2014.
Public lecture delivered by Christopher DeMuth | 12th June 2014
Public lecture delivered by Rob Long on 15th May 2014.
Public lecture delivered by Vaclav Klaus on 5th May 2014.
A seminar with Elisabeth Robson, Iain Elliot, and Peter Pomerantsev held on 14th May 2014.
Keynote speech of the Polish Foreign Minister at the launch of the Danube Institute.
Hungary in the new era of rising China
Date: 20/09/2018 5:00 p.m.
Location: Danube Institute, Budapest, Eötvös utca 24, 1067
What does the rise of China and Beijing's new narrative mean for countries like Hungary?
Human Rights and Political WrongsPast Events
A lecture by Oxford historian Sir Noel Malcolm in Budapest on June 21 at the MTA.
Trump and America's Human Rights Diplomacy - VideoVideos
A lecture by Michael Horowitz.
Free Market Road Show 2018 - Panel 2Videos
Developments and Prospects of “Sharing Economy” in Hungary.
Frank Furedi on the crisis of socialisation (video)Videos
A lecture by Frank Furedi at the Danube Institute.
Political crisis in Australia? (video)Videos
A lecture by James Allan.
Consciousness and Artificial IntelligenceVideos
Dr. David Dusenbury and Dr. David Martin Jones on the effects of technology on our lives and future.
Mid-Trump: a lecture by Byron York (video)Videos
A lectury by Byron York on the American politics in 2018.
What happened? Debate on the election in Hungary (video)Videos
Boris Kálnoky and Balázs Orbán on the 2018 parliamental election in Hungary.
The Day After: Dealing the Cards in the Wake of Brexit (videos)Videos
Videos of the Brexit game, organised by the Danube Institute and Negomoot.
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