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Save the date: Solidarity, freedom and the new conservatism
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A lecture by Rusty Reno with responses by Douglas Murray, Todd Huizinga and Gerald Baker on 1 April in Budapest.
A Lecture by Rusty Reno With Responses by Douglas Murray, Todd Huizinga and Gerald Baker
A conversation on the topic of the day addressing the following questions:
- Is there a new conservatism growing on both sides of the Atlantic?
- Does it place a greater emphasis on security rather than freedom?
- Is it a threat to liberal democracy or a necessary corrective?
Featured discussants to include:
R. R. Reno, editor of First Things, U.S.
Douglas Murray, author, his latest book is The Madness of Crowds, U.K.  
Todd Huizinga, former diplomat and President of the Center for Transatlantic Renewal , author of The New Totalitarian Temptation: Global Governance and the Crisis of Democracy in Europe U.S.
Gerard Baker, editor at large, Wall Street Journal, U.S.
Moderated by John O’Sullivan, CBE, President Danube Institute, author & lecturer
Date: APRIL 01, 2020, 2:00-5:00 P. M. (2-4, program followed by a reception)
Place: HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES/MTA (Széchenyi István tér 9)


Nigel Farage - Danube Dialogues by Danube Institute

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John O’Sullivan interviewed Nigel Farage, well known broadcaster and journalist, founder of the Brexit Party, and one of the most prominent figures behind Britain leaving the European Union.

Tom Gross - Danube Dialogues by Danube Institute

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In this recent episode of the Danube Dialogues, John O'Sullivan interviewed Tom Gross, British journalist, political analyst and human rights campaigner.

Melanie Phillips - Lockdown Diaries by Danube Institute

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In this episode of the Lockdown Diaries, John O’Sullivan, president of the Danube Institute in Budapest interviews Melanie Phillips, British journalist, author, public commentator, currently living in

Rich Lowry - Lockdown Diaries by Danube Institute

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In this episode of Lockdown Diaries John O’Sullivan, the president of the Danube Institute in Budapest interviews Richard Lowry, editor-in-chief of the US-based National Review.

Lockdown Diaries: John Fund on current political issues of the US

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Newly invented video series by Danube Institute, Lockdown Diaries presents: Talking with John Fund, the American commentator, columnist, author.

Lockdown Diaries: Alberto Mingardi talks about the crisis caused by coronavirus

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John O’Sullivan, President of The Danube Institute took a deep interview with Alberto Mingardi, executive director of Istituto Bruno Leoni.

Lockdown Diaries with Douglas Murray, bestselling author

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President of Danube Institute John O'Sullivan talks about Douglas Murray's latest book, 'The Madness of Crowds: Gender Race and Identity'.

2nd International Conference on Christian Persecution, Nov 26 2019


Danube Institute Side Event: Helping the Persecuted: NGOs Challenge Global Agencies and Corporations.

Assessment of the 2019 Local Elections in Hungary - The Video


With Boris Kálnoky, Balázs Orbán, and Zoltán Pogátsa


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