A Ukrainian-language volume entitled "Ukraine’s Patronal Democracy and the Russian Invasion: The Russia-Ukraine War", with two studies by Csilla Fedinec, has been published by Academic Studies Press in Brooklyn. The volume is freely available here.
Our colleague György Szerbhorváth will be the guest of Vojvodina Television's programme “Fókusz” on February 22, 2024 from 8 p.m., and will discuss the effects of wars, Serbia's EU accession process and other current topics. The live broadcast can be followed here, or later in the archive.
The article analyses the relationship between the Ukrainian political and military leadership during the two years of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
A new security zone is emerging, stretching from Scandinavia to Romania. Ukraine could become a bridge not necessarily between East and West, but between Poland and Romania. How does current Hungarian policy relate to this and what are the consequences?
On February 5, 2024 Réka Marchut will give a lecture in Carei at the scientific symposium organized in memory of Iuliu Maniu. The title of her presentation: Familia Maniu in mediile interetnice
In the background, searches, wiretapping, rhetorical warfare: what have the Szijjártó-Kuleba meetings been about so far?
Where do the Hungarian and Ukrainian foreign ministers fit into the system of government? How have relations between the two countries evolved over the past three years in the light of the meetings between the acting Foreign Ministers? The paper explores these questions ahead of the meeting of foreign ministers in Uzhhorod on 29 January 2024.
"In Hungarian political discourse and journalism, there is a growing conclusion that the European Union is in fact nothing more than a new version of the Soviet Union." Are those who make such comparisons right?
With the liquidation of Nagorno-Karabakh, one of the frozen conflict zones in the post-Soviet space has been eliminated. How have these conflict zones developed throughout history? How has the fate of Nagorno-Karabakh evolved over the past decades and under what circumstances was it dismantled? How might this affect security in the region and the fate of minorities?
The book Transzilvanizmus. Eszmék, korok, változatok [Transylvanism. Ideas, Eras, Variations] (ed. László Boka) was published by MMA Publishing. The volume contains a study by Tamás Gusztáv Filep titled Urban Transylvanists (Urbánus transzilvanisták).