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Discussion on populism in foreign policy and positive scenarios for the EU

On May 16, 2017, IVO president Grigorij Meseznikov took part at the conference V4 for Europe – the Preparation of Positive Scenarios for the Future Of Europe, organized by Hungarian European Society and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Budapest . The event was attended by historians, sociologists and political scientists from Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

IVO president spoke in the panel “Is there a populist foreign policy? – the revival of nationalism and the new concept of national interest in Central Europe” with the contribution titled “Visegrad in the EU: Old or New Europe?” Together with him speakres were Botond Feledy (Saint Ignatius Jesuit College, Budapest), Lucia Najšlová (Charles University, Prague) and Wojciech Przybylski (Visegrad Insight magazine, Warsaw). The discussion was chaired by András Radnóti (Hungarian European Society).

Links:

- Program of the conference with description of discussed questions

- Information about conference including texts of selected speeches 











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