From Tyumen to Moscow

From Tyumen to Moscow

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Ilona Kiss, literary historian, literary translator and András Radnóti, foreign policy expert, members of the Hungarian Europe Society made short online presentations about the political situation in Russia and the upcoming Duma elections on 9 April 2021. They discussed the rate of popular support to the imprisoned opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, the impacts of the nationwide demonstrations, the escalating conflict with Ukraine and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian vaccine diplomacy as well as the everyday functioning of the Putin regime. The event was moderated by Erik Uszkiewicz.

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On 22 April 2021 there was an online event organised for the members of the Hungarian Europe Society.
On 1 July 2020 Edit Zgut, researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences analysed the outcome of the first round of the presidential elections in Poland in her presentation.
Thibault Muzergues, French political analyst, author of the books "The Great Class Shift: How New Social Class Structures are Redefining Western Politics" and "War in Europe?: From Impossible War to Improbable Peace" gave an online presentation entitled "The French Presidential Election and the F
Members of the Hungarian Europe Society gave lectures at the annual final meeting of the organisation on 29 December 2018.
Gábor Filippov, political scientist-historian, gave a presentation entitled "The Nature and Perspectives of the Hungarian Political Regime" on 15 February 2019.