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Second Danube Summit on Geopolitics, Security, and Defense - 2nd day - SESSION I

 

Date: 1-2 December 2022

The Danube Institute is proud to present its second annual summit on Geopolitics in Budapest. Panel Discussions focused on the Russo-Ukrainian conflict and its after-effects on the region as well as transnational issues, including the status of NATO capabilities, global energy, trade, and logistics affairs, and the competing ideals and agendas that impact them.

Speakers:
- Prof. David Martin Jones, Director of Research at the Danube Institute
Topic: Competing Visions: The Clash of Civilizations and Ideas
- Dr. George Bogden, Olin Fellow, Columbia University/Senior Visiting Researcher at Bard College/2022 Helmut Schmidt Fellow at the German Marshall Fund, Berlin
Topic: Rules-based orders: Nationalism vs Globalism
- John O’Sullivan, CBE, President of the Danube Institute
Topic: Democracy vs. Authoritarianism, The Biden Foreign Policy
- Prof. Maria Engström, Professor of Russian at Uppsala University, Sweden
Topic: Russia’s Worldview: Katechon and Atomic Orthodoxy
- Prof. Jeffrey Kaplan, Distinguished Fellow, Danube Institute
Topic: Rifts in the Muslim World:  Global Jihad
- Prof. Mark Sedgwick, Aarhaus University, Denmark
Topic: The Radical Right and Clashes of Civilizations and Ideas
- Erzsébet Rózsa Nagyné Dr., Professor, National University of Public Service
Topic: Iran in a Post-American Middle Eastern Order

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