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Fanni Virág

Introducing Fanni Virág, first Atlanticist Fellow at the Atlantic Council

This year, HIF joined forces with the Atlantic Council to bolster US-Central European ties and build stronger people-to-people connections between Americans and Central Europeans by supporting the launch of the Atlanticist Fellowship program, a full-time, 6 months in-house residency fellowship within the Council, focused on energy security. We are pleased to introduce Fanni Virág, the first Atlanticist […]

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Peter Thiel

Brain Bar Budapest 2018 Closes with Record Attendance

With speakers and performers coming from 80 countries and covering 5 continents, over 10,000 people gathered on the banks of River Danube at Corvinus University for three days of mind-expanding talks, sparkling explorations, and groundbreaking ideas. This was Brain Bar Budapest 2018. Between May 31-June 2, the Hungarian capital was the place for questioning answers […]

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Gábor Szikszay

Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Gábor Szikszay

Gábor Szikszay from Budapest, Hungary arrived to Washington DC to begin his internship for Social Impact 360, the largest mentorship-based training organization for young social entrepreneurs on college campuses in the US as part of the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in the framework of the Széll Kálmán Fellowship. In addition to […]

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Levente Szabados

Introducing Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Levente Szabados

Levente Szabados is spending the next two months interning for the Rail Passengers Association (formerly known as NARP) and taking courses at George Mason University at the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in the framework of the Széll Kálmán Fellowship with the help of HIF. Born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, Levente […]

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Martin Takács

Introducing Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Martin Takács

Martin Takács will spend two months in the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in Washington, DC as Széll Kálmán Fellow, supported by HIF. Besides taking courses at George Mason University, he is interning at LNG Allies.  Martin is halfway through his Master’s program at the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs. […]

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