The newly renovated heritage building of the former Benedictine Convent and School has reopened in Kőszeg as a hotel on Monday, September 7.
The summer issue of the quarterly journal of the Faculty of Economics of Széchenyi István University in Győr carries an article on how the Asian island nation of Singapore had coped with the first phase of the coronavirus crisis.
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A new article was written by Ádám Kun (ELTE, Parmenides Foundation, former iASK Researcher). was published on the website of the MDPI.
H.E. Kirsten Geelan, Denmark’s ambassador to Hungary lectured at iASK in “The Future of Europe in a Global Context” series,
In addition to the infectious, now-frightening (corona COVID-19) virus, Hungarian researchers are also seeking to identify the underlying pathogens that may pose a threat later on.
Lecturer: János Székely (bishop of the Roman Catholic Church)
Date: 23 March 2020 at 6. p.m.
Climate change is a global phenomenon that recognizes no national boundaries, political, social, religious, or economic systems, or ethnic origins. One element of climate change is the crisis of emerging diseases. This represents an existential threat to humanity; technological, heavily urbanized humanity may be at particular risk. Special Issue of the iASK Working Paper by Daniel R. Brooks.
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Imagine, if you will, a conference of academics and practitioners discussing a wide range of issues, all relating in one way or another to the challenges, dilemmas and internal and external tensions of the European Union. This was the 4. International Blue Sky Conference in Budapest organized by iASK.