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New CENS publication: Policy Brief on Visegrad views on German elections

December 6, 2017

We are happy to announce that our newest EU Frontiers Policy Brief "After the Bundestag Election: What Lies Ahead for German-V4 Cooperation?" is now available. As usual you can download it here in our Publications section.

Event Report: The Western Balkan’s Diversity of Identities: Religion, Language and Education

December 5, 2017

On 21 November 2017, the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) and Andrássy University (AUB) jointly hosted an international conference entitled “The Western Balkan’s Diversity of Identities: Religion, Language, and Education”

Event Report: After the Bundestag Elections - What lies ahead for German-V4 cooperation?

November 30, 2017

On October 19, 2017, the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Budapest office hosted a roundtable discussion on the impact of Germany’s recent elections on German-Visegrad relations titled “After the Bundestag Election: What Lies Ahead for German-V4 Cooperation?”

Event Report: Old and New EU Engines - Shifting Power and Strategic Alternatives for EU and V4 after Brexit

November 7, 2017

On October 9, 2017, the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) hosted an international conference entitled “Old and new EU engines: Shifting Power and Strategic Alternatives for EU and V4 after Brexit”, generously supported and co-organized by the Budapest Office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES). The discussions held addressed the impact of Brexit on internal EU relations and the new driving forces behind future EU policy. In addition, specific attention was paid to evolving role of the V4 and its future within this new EU context.

Event report - "Bulgaria in the European Union”

September 27, 2017

The CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies, in the framework of its Ambassadorial Lecture Series, hosted a public lecture on 26 September 2017 entitled “Bulgaria in the European Union” delivered by H.E. Ms. Ulyana Bogdanska, Ambassador of Bulgaria to Hungary. The lecture was attended by a distinguished group of students, diplomats, and academics.