2013. 03. 15.
Europe is facing a demographic and migratory crisis at one and the same time. Central European states are looking at steeply-falling populations, while West European states have an increasing number of incomers to deal with, all too often from the Central European countries. What should policymakers do? Above all, what should they do when demographic and migration policies work in the very long term? These were the topics discussed in a special workshop of the EPP Group's Think Tank, the European Ideas Network (EIN). "The EPP Group is well placed to continue this dialogue between policy making and the results of scientific research", said György Schöpflin MEP, Chair of the Demographic Working Group.
2012. 11. 28.
Speaking at an international conference in Budapest on the subject of soft power, Zoltán Kovács, State Secretary for Public Diplomacy at the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, said that the changes made over the past two years since the current government came to office have contributed towards strengthening civil society, and have enabled the emergence of conditions which make the use of soft power possible.
2012. 11. 28.
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Few would contest the proposition that relations between Hungary and several of the EU institutions are troubled, arguably even deeply troubled. There is a certain tendency to see the Hungarian government as overwhelmingly or even solely responsible, but everyone knows that in a two-way relationship, both parties play a role when it deteriorates. The Hungarian-EU relationship is no exception.