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In Focus: NATO 70/20

The latest issue of our quarterly magazine is now available. Please kindly note, however, that is particular edition was released only in Hungarian. Click below to find all the English issues.

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In Focus: NATO 70/20

The latest issue of our quarterly magazine is now available. Please kindly note, however, that is particular edition was released only in Hungarian. Click below to find all the English issues.

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Turning points of Hungary

Turning points of Hungary

The aim of the whole day programme is to bring closer the events of 1956 and their background to European students by giving a deeper and current insight into this topic. Besides visiting the Hungarian Parliament and the movie screening, the university students will have the chance to take part in interactive lectures with our special guests including Judit Varga, Minister of Justice, Hungary.

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15 years After the Accession The Visegrad Countries in the European Union

15 years After the Accession The Visegrad Countries in the European Union

The aim of the event is to celebrate 15 years of EU membership, as well as to examine future perspectives and challenges that the EU member states have to face.

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40 Years of China’s Reform and Opening-Up

40 Years of China’s Reform and Opening-Up

Fang Cai's book Perceiving Truth and Ceasing Doubts: What Can We Learn from 40 Years of China's Reform and Opening-up? was published in Hungarian in October 2019. The Antall József Knowledge Centre, the China-CEE Institute, and the Institute of European Studies at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) are jointly organising a roundtable discussion for the Hungarian edition of the book.

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