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Anna Smith Lacey

Regional Diaspora Meeting in Washington Brings Together Dozens of Hungarian American Leaders

The Embassy of Hungary hosted Regional Diaspora Meetings in Washington over the weekend of May 19. Over 40 Hungarian-American organizations participated in the day-long discussions on current and brand new projects shaping the future of the Hungarian diaspora in the U.S. The program, hosted by Ambassador László Szabó included presentations by Dr. Zoltán Kádár, chief of […]

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Krisztián Jójárt with CEPA CFO&COO Ilona Teleki

Introducing CEPA Andrássy Fellow, Krisztián Jójárt

Krisztián Jójárt is the second participant of the Andrássy National Security Fellowship and has started his work at CEPA (Center for European Policy Analysis) this June. During his six-month research Krisztián intends to provide a thorough analysis on Russia’s asymmetric warfare strategy based on the critical evaluation of the writings of prominent Russian military thinkers. “I […]

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Meet Csongor Bajnóczki, Our Summer Intern

Every semester, HIF offers the opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to intern with the foundation gaining substantive work experience while enjoying the bustling life of the US Capitol. This spring HIF is hosting Csongor Bajnóczki of Wright State University. Csongor Bajnóczki is a recent graduate from Wright State University, where he earned his B.A. […]

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HIF Joins High-Level Dialogue on CEE-US Relations at Atlantic Council

On May 10, HIF joined an intense half day off-the-record dialogue hosted by the Atlantic Council on “Revitalizing the Atlantic Alliance” involving the Council’s Ambassadorial Advisory Council and key stakeholders shaping US-CEE relations. The discussions, which focused on America’s strategy towards Europe, were spearheaded by Ambassador Dan Fried, distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council,  Wess […]

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