The Legacy of Ronald Reagan (video)

June 28, 2011 by  
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A discussion with Ronald Reagan’s special advisor and Attorney General Ed Meese moderated by the president’s speechwriter, Peggy Noonan about the life and legacy of Reagan, and how he thought about this part of the world. How did Reagan view America’s role in the future freedom of captive nations? What were his expectations regarding this […]

Should the EU Have a Common Military? (event archive)

June 27, 2011 by  
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The final debate of this season centered around the question of  European security. Arguing in the affirmative were Lt. Zoltán Szenes (Zrinyi Miklós University) and Zoltán Gálik (Corvinus University). Arguing in opposition were former US Ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker (SAIS, CTR) and Csaba Törő(Hungarian Institute for International Affairs). Special thanks to the Allianz Kulturstiftung for sponsoring this event. Scroll down for the […]

Should Europe’s Energy Future Include Nuclear Power?

June 15, 2011 by  
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The third of the CSS Europe Debate Series focused on European energy security, one of the most important issues that shape national and international policies. The disaster of Fukushima and the recent decision by Germany to shut down its nuclear power plants and turn its energy sector nuclear free, renewed the attention to this decades […]

Does Immigration Threaten European Identity? (event archive)

June 8, 2011 by  
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The second debate of our CSS Europe Debate Series focused on European identity. Our debaters, Ágnes Heller (Philosopher), Erzsébet Nagyné Rózsa (Hungarian Institute of International Affairs), Péter Krekó (Political Capital), and Gergely Egedy (Corvinus) addressed the centuries old question about the struggle of Christianity and Islam for the “old continent”. Special thanks to the Allianz […]