Changes in Hungary from American Perspective

Changes in Hungary from American Perspective

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Priscilla Cheng, Alex Cleghorn, Jeffrey Jerden, Chaundra Monday, Meshea Poore

Once again the Hungarian Europe Society organised the leadership program of the German Marshall Fund of the United States between 29 March and 3 April 2019 in Budapest and the Danube Bend. The Hungarian study tour for five US fellows - Priscilla Cheng, Los Angeles County, Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO; Monterey Park, California, Alex Cleghorn, State of Alaska, Department of Law; Anchorage, Alaska, Jeffrey Jerden, Centennial Holding Company; Atlanta, Georgia, Chaundra Monday, Progressive Insurance; Cleveland, Ohio, Meshea Poore, West Virginia State Bar; Charleston, West Virginia - was co-ordinated by Enikő Pap. 

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The Legacy of 1956, 1989 and 2004 from the Perspective of 2021 in Hungary - hybrid conference organised by the Hungarian Europe Society - PROGRAM Date and venue: 22 October 2021, Friday 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (CET) at ibis Styles Budapest Center (Rákóczi út 58., 1074 Budapest) & Zoom
On 1 July 2020 Edit Zgut, researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences analysed the outcome of the first round of the presidential elections in Poland in her presentation.
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The research group of the Hungarian Europe Society presented its third report entitled "What Does the PERC Indicator Show?" about the attitudes of the Hungarian political parties towards the European Union on 28 March 2018 at the Center for Inde