Hungary has become the scapegoat for the failure of left-liberalism which has overseen intolerable inequalities, a slowing of upward social mobility, mounting dissatisfaction with marginalization (Brexit, gilets jaunes, Lega, AfD). Leading article by György Schöpflin (Head of the Advisory Board od iASK)
We have got to identify general patterns behind the dysfunctions of our information flow, concerning the disease. A short leading article by László Z. Karvalics
Application deadline: 31 January 2020
“In What and Whom Do We Trust? The Sustainability of Ideals and Re-evaluation of Values Across Continents”
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.
Europe’s strengths, weaknesses, structures and spats seem trivial in the face of global climate change. Why this isn’t the primary focus of every research programme throughout Europe, and globally, is baffling to us.
James M. Skelly (research fellow of iASK) gave a presentation at the conference First Year of President Trump – The Challenges & Future for Progressive Forces, in the EU Parliament (Brussels, Belgium) last week, on the 8th of November 2017.