Do Former Communist Countries Resist the Corona Virus Better?

Do Former Communist Countries Resist the Corona Virus Better?

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On 7 July 2020 the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at John Cabot University, in collaboration with The Ohio State University and the Hungarian Europe Society, held a online panel discussion on the topic "Pandemic in Central and Eastern Europe". Countries represented were Belarus (Tatiana Shchyttsova), Czech Republic (Adela Muchova), Hungary (István Hegedűs), Poland (Agnieszka Graff), Romania (Caterina Preda), and Russia (Angela Brintlinger).

At the extraordinary assembly of the Hungarian Europe Society on 23 August 2023, Ildikó Mislai Birizdóné was elected as a member of the board. The financial report about the year 2020 was also approved.
"The relations between China and the European Union in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic" was the title of the online presentation held by Tamás Matura, China expert, lecturer at Budapest Corvinus University on 29 April 2020.
On 3 January 2020 members of the Hungarian Europe Society discussed the report entitled "Tyranny and Hope" as well as the political situation in Hungary at their traditional annual meeting.
András Pethő, founding editor of Direkt36 and András Szabó, journalist were the guests at the event of the Hungarian Europe Society on 31 October 2018.