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Call for Applications for Simulation Game „Re-negotiating Peace”

September 6, 2018

World War I negotiation simulation

Simulation Game „Re-negotiating Peace”

Interested in history and historical events of the 20th century?

Always wanted to step into the shoes of Lloyd George or Georges Clemenceau?

Or would you prefer Woodrow Wilson?

What would you have done if you had sat behind the negotiation table?

Apply and improve your debating skills!

Event Report: The Western Balkan’s Diversity of Identities: Political Culture, Minorities and Gender

June 11, 2018

On 31 May 2018, the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS), Andrássy University (AUB) and the Austrian Cultural Forum Budapest jointly hosted an international conference entitled “The Western Balkan’s Diversity of Identities: Political Culture, Minorities and Gender”.

New CENS publication: Policy Paper on regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe

June 5, 2018

We are happy to announce that our newest EU Frontiers Policy Paper "From ‘Visegrad Four’ to ‘Varna Four’: The rise and role of regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe" is now available. As usual you can download it here in our 'Publications' section.

Conference Report: The rise and role of regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe

April 25, 2018

On April 13 2018, the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Budapest office hosted a conference titled “From ‘Visegrad Four’ to ‘Varna Four’: The rise and role of regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe”.

Conference report: What Next for Ukraine and the Visegrad Group: Reassessing Strained or Disinterested Relationships

April 17, 2018

Conference report "What Next for Ukraine and the Visegrad Group: Reassessing Strained or Disinterested Relationships" 

Venue and date: Central European University, Budapest, Nádor utca 15, 103 Tiered Room, March 28, 2018.  

On March 28 Center for European Neighbourhood Studies in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung conducted a conference "What Next for Ukraine and the Visegrad Group: Reassessing Strained or Disinterested Relationships". Below are the minutes of the conference authored by Daniel Matok.