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Andrássy Fellow Zoltán Turai Presents at Hungarian Congress in Cleveland

HIF`s Andrássy National Security Fellow Zoltán Turai was the keynote speaker of the Hungarian Association’s 57th Congress in Cleveland  on November 25, 2017.  The Hungarian Congress, organized by the Hungarian Association in Cleveland provides a forum for the discussion of issues impacting Hungarian Americans and offers educational, literary, scientific, artistic and informative lectures, films and […]

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April Showers

April Showers Metro Line 4, Pécs and Zwack Distillery. Nolan Theisen new blog post. The weeks of warm March weather abruptly ended, and in April the jacket that I hoped was retired had to been summoned again. Seasons are a tricky thing that I still don’t understand thanks to the state of California. There were […]

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Spring Emergence

Spring Emergence A great deal of superb programs in Budapest National Gallery A few weeks ago I took the blue mini-bus up to Castle Hill to have a look at the National Gallery which has inhabited Buda Castle since 1973. I found the upstairs 20th century art collection to be particularly fascinating given the political […]

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Fellow Diary: Budapest Epoch

Nolan Theisen’s first blog post Let me provide a brief background as to how I first ended up in Hungary and how it is that I have recently had an opportunity to return. In 2003 when I was a junior at UC San Diego, there was no doubt in my mind that I was going […]

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