Media appearances


John O'Sullivan, the President of the Danube Institute, wrote an article about the Hungarian revolution in 1956, which was published by the Hungarian Conservative.


Dávid Nagy, a researcher at Danube Institute wrote an opinion piece to the Hungarian Conservative about how the liberals try to hijack the christmas. 


András Karácsony, the researcher of the Danube Institute wrote an article to the Hungarian Conservative about the question of amendation of the constitution by a majority or a minority.


Hannes H. Gissurarson a professor of politics answered this question at his second lecture, based on his recent article on The Guardian’s “Distorted Image of Thatcherism”.


Hannes Holmsteinn Gissurarson had a discussion with Ferenc Hörher, Research professor at University of Public Service, and with Dr. David L. Dusenbury, Visiting Fellow at Danube Institute about the conservative-liberal tradition which stretches back to the medieval writers Snorri Sturluson and St. Thomas Aquinas, but which was developed mainly in the eighteenth century by David Hume, Adam Smith and Edmund Burke, whereas its most distinguished modern representatives are Friedrich von Hayek, Wilhelm Röpke, Michael Oakeshott, and Bertrand de Jouvenel.