Defence policy and military spending in Central Europe

The Russian war in Ukraine all of a sudden completely changed the defence situation in Europe, imposing new threats and challenges on the European security system. While some of the countries replanned their military strategy and increased their military spending, others gave up their neutrality, and looked for powerful allies. In the next episode of The Matter of Perspective, the geopolitical podcast of the Danube Institute, we were discussing the situation of the defence sphere in Central Europe, together with Attila Demkó, Head of the Centre for Geopolitics at Matthias Corvinus Collegium, and Tamás Csiki Varga, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Strategic and Defence Studies at the University of Public Service. The podcast was moderated by Anton Bendarzsevszkij, Director of Research at Danube Institute.

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