At the Central European University about the radical right in Central Europe

On 5th of October 2011 Grigorij Mesežnikov attended the international conference „The Radical Right in East Central Europe: Yesterday and Today“ organized in Budapest, by the Center for EU Enlargement Studies (CENS) at the Central European University with the support of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Budapest.

The conference was attended by experts from the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Hungary and USA. The discussion was chaired by Péter Balázs, CENS director, former Foreign Minister of Hungary. President of IVO made a contribution dealing with the concept of state and the historical legacy of radical-nationalist politics in Slovakia.

Download: Conference Program [PDF]

Link: CEU ENS - Event Summary (includes lectures for download)

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