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The 26th International Summer University, entitled “The Global “Entangoment” of Central Europe,” has started. A press conference on the opportunities of Central Europe was held after a panel discussion.
The Future University – The Future of Education: A New Chance for Central Europe?
Global Communication Strategies and the Potential of Soft Power
The Creative Cities Perspective
“Do we know exactly what Central Europe is; or, on the contrary, do we have no idea? Ambassadors and politicians discussed the present and the future of our region in Kőszeg at iASK!”
Challenges to and Opportunities for Democracy
State Capture, Radicalization, Resilience, and Emigration in Central and Southeastern Europe
Venue: Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel st. 14 Europe House, Bibó Hall
Date: 07 July 2021 (Wednesday) at 19.00 (CET)
Covid-19 and New Dimension of Governance: the Role of the State
Human Security in Light of Pandemic
H.E. Mladen Andrlić Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Hungary (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary) H.E. Mr. Mladen Andrlić is the Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Hungary. Mladen Andrlić holds a PhD in Macroeconomics from the University of Zagreb. He is a permanent lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy of the Croatian MFAEI as…
Ferenc Miszlivetz received a prestigious Hungarian State Award from Gergely Gulyás Head of the Prime Minister’s Office
In recognition of his role in the development of the Creative City Sustainable Countryside Development Concept and his decades of outstanding scientific research and teaching careers
The commemorative speeches recalled the atrocities committed in the former labor camp. In addition to the mourners’ “El mole rachamim” praying, excerpts from László Tolnai’s book Kőszeg Terminus were read. At the end of the event, those present laid the stones of remembrance and lit the spirit candles.
This book explores the politics of memory in Southeastern Europe in the context of rising populism and their hegemonic grip on official memory and politics.
Professors of iASK will also speak at the conference, including social scientist Ferenc Miszlivetz, former diplomat Iván Bába, hydrologist Charles Vörösmarty, and economist Sándor Kerekes.
The interview is available only in Hungarian!
As a result of the conflict that began on April 17-18, trends appeared in the relations between Russia and Central European countries that are capable of rolling them back to the period of “velvet revolutions».
The analysis – written by Lyubov Shishelina – was published on the www.russiancouncil.ru