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How We Predicted the Future - Notes from the 4th UNESCO MOST Winter School
Panel about geopolitics on the day of the outbreak of war in Ukraine
New Laws of Robotics - Book Recommendation by Ivana Stepanovic
Frank Pasquale’s book ‘New Laws of Robotics: Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI’ is more than another item on a reading list. It is a homework challenge for professionals in all fields of science.
Travelling in the Times of Covid-19 Pandemic (Part 3)
A personal blog post by Dan Brooks (an american researcher of iASK) about his Budapest-Ashville trip and the experiences there
Travelling in the Times of Covid-19 Pandemic (Part 2)
Already at the end of December 2020, I booked my plane tickets so that I could arrive in Budapest in early February to start my new scholarship work at iASK. The same regulations were in place that allowed for fall work. By mid-January, then, circumstances began to change definitively.
Travelling in the Times of Covid-19 Pandemic
My best tip for anyone travelling to a foreign country during Covid-19? Contact all the relevant institutions and call border police for the most up-to-date information on current restrictions!
Global and Regional Supply Chains in East-Asia and the Evolving ASEAN Regionalism
This newly published article by Anikó Magasházi was released in Foreign Policy Review 2020.
How to Heal Divided Societies? Lessons and Consequences of the US Presidential Election 2020
Workshop and Discussion with iASK researchers Online broadcasting on 09 November 2020 at 3 p.m. by Zoom invitation Registration: [email protected] Deadline: Today 2 p.m.
Covid-19 - The New Age of the Armchair Anthropology
In this podcast episode, Astrea Pejović and Dragana Kovačević Bielicki discuss their personal experiences with digital methods in anthropological research and the situation in which they had to digitally adapt their researches.
When The Pandemic Is Over, The World Must Come Together - By Mikhail Gorbachev
I’ll never tire of repeating: we need to demilitarize world affairs, international politics, and political thinking.
Farewell Enlightenment Rationality - Black Swans on the Blue Sky Series by iASK
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)
From ‘infodemic’ to the need for global information and knowledge governance by László Z. Karvalics
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
2nd UNESCO MOST Winter School 24-28 February 2020 at iASK
Application deadline: 31 January 2020 “In What and Whom Do We Trust? The Sustainability of Ideals and Re-evaluation of Values Across Continents”