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7/2/24, 8:13 PM

What are universities for?

The continued existence of universities belies the fundamental changes that have occurred over the course of a millennia. The number of universities and students has increased exponentially and their purpose and cultural significance has been transformed.
6/20/24, 7:57 PM

What Economic Objectives Does Hungary's Southern Opening Policy Serve?

The analysis aims to explore the economic objectives that Hungary's Southern Opening Policy may serve for its economy. To achieve this understanding, the analysis will delve into the Southern Opening Policy, examining its background, implementation strategies, and potential economic impacts on the Hungarian economy.
6/19/21, 8:44 AM
Author: Tibor Fischer

Russians Go Home! - Ruszkik haza!

It’s now some thirty years since Soviet forces withdrew from Hungary and the all the aims of the 1956 revolution were finally achieved. By the end, it was a curious relationship.
6/17/21, 8:52 AM
Author: Corvinák

What should a young Conservative read?

Péter Heltai speaks to one of MCC's current visiting fellows, Francesco Giubilei.
6/8/21, 9:01 AM

Why fake/pseudoscience will always be popular?

Fake science undermines the academic sphere’s integrity and the individuals’ ability to form evidence-based opinions. But what's to key to its success?
6/3/21, 9:37 AM
Author: Corvinák

Belarus - Europe's last dictatorship

Péter Heltai and Attila Demkó speak to Anton Bendarzsevszkij, a Budapest-based Belarusianforeign policy expert on the current crisis in his country.
5/26/21, 9:02 AM
Author: Tibor Fischer

Can a writer write too much?

"A curiosity as to the nature of “Europe” is something that Márai pioneers." - Tibor Fischer on the great Hungarian prose writer Sándor Márai and his legacy.
5/21/21, 8:55 AM

Political violence in Germany

German authorities began tracking „politically motivated crime” in 2001. In 2020, more such crimes were registered than in any year before. Social tensions are rising.
5/14/21, 9:02 AM

Despite low odds of open conflict, forces massed on Ukraine’s border are worrying

Tensions have again escalated in the seven-year long conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Ryan Brockhaus analyzes the long-term consequences of the recent Russian troop amassment on Ukraine's border.
5/12/21, 9:12 AM

This is what defeat looks like

President Biden recently announced that he will pull out all US troops from Afghanistan putting an end to a twenty-year-long seemingly endless conflict. This made Julius Strauss lament on the times he spent there first as a reporting journalist and later as a political officer of Her Majesty's government.
5/10/21, 8:55 AM
Author: Tibor Fischer

The Scramble for Everything: Blockchain Wars

Tibor Fischer on how the mainstream media misses the big story - again. Now about blockchain, cryptocurrency, and Web 3.0.
5/7/21, 9:31 AM

MCC Center for Political Studies to kick off a new podcast

In the first episode, we discuss the aftermath of the recent elections in Bulgaria.

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