Ukraine: Crisis for Central Europe and the Transatlantic Alliance
The Ukraine crisis has the potential to create financial instability, an economic slowdown, clashes between states and alliances, and civil disturbances within countries - these are the main statements of a Washington DC conference organized by the Hudson Institute with the Danube Institue in March 13 2014. The participants of the panel speech are Marion Smith (Executive Director, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation), Tamas Fellegi (Former Hungarian Minister of National Development), Janusz Bugajski (Washington-based Foreign Policy Analyst), Vladimir Kara-Murza (Russian opposition leader), Irena Chalupa (Former Director of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's Ukrainian Service), Bartlomiej Nowak (German Marshall Fund Transatlantic Academy Fellow), and A. Wess Mitchell (President and Co-Founder, Center for European Policy Analysis).
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A lecture by Oxford historian Sir Noel Malcolm in Budapest on June 21 at the MTA.
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A lecture by Michael Horowitz.
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Developments and Prospects of “Sharing Economy” in Hungary.
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A lecture by Frank Furedi at the Danube Institute.
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A lecture by James Allan.
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Dr. David Dusenbury and Dr. David Martin Jones on the effects of technology on our lives and future.
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A lectury by Byron York on the American politics in 2018.
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Boris Kálnoky and Balázs Orbán on the 2018 parliamental election in Hungary.
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Videos of the Brexit game, organised by the Danube Institute and Negomoot.
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A conference at the CEU with the participation of John O'Sullivan, president of the Danube Institute.
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