08/03/2019 9:00 a.m.
Speeches for Leaders A Masterclass in Public Speaking Technique
Professor Norman Stone will discuss his recently released book, “Hungary, A Short History” with Historian Gergely Romsics.
20/02/2019 6:00 p.m.
Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, Ulla Terkelsen and Eszter Petronella Soós will comment on the political situation in France which includes several months of rioting throughout the country by the Yellow Vests
07/03/2019 10:00 a.m.
Are International Borders Outdated and Immoral? A lecture by Charles Crawford.
26/10/2018 10:00 a.m.
A conference on the Trump Administration’s perspective with James Jay Carafano (The Heritage Foundation).
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An event of The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Danube Institute.
Fateful Years: the memoir of Vilmos Nagybaczoni NagyPast Events
The introduction of the first English edition with György Schöpflin, John O'Sullivan and Sándor Szakály.
Hungary in the new era of rising ChinaPast Events
What does the rise of China and Beijing's new narrative mean for countries like Hungary?
Mid-Trump: a lecture by Byron York (video)Videos
A lectury by Byron York on the American politics in 2018.
Trump and America's Human Rights Diplomacy - VideoVideos
A lecture by Michael Horowitz.
Frank Furedi on the crisis of socialisation (video)Videos
A lecture by Frank Furedi at the Danube Institute.
Consciousness and Artificial IntelligenceVideos
Dr. David Dusenbury and Dr. David Martin Jones on the effects of technology on our lives and future.
Human Rights and Political WrongsPast Events
A lecture by Oxford historian Sir Noel Malcolm in Budapest on June 21 at the MTA.
Free Market Road Show 2018 - Panel 2Videos
Developments and Prospects of “Sharing Economy” in Hungary.
Political crisis in Australia? (video)Videos
A lecture by James Allan.
What happened? Debate on the election in Hungary (video)Videos
Boris Kálnoky and Balázs Orbán on the 2018 parliamental election in Hungary.
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