“It won’t get better than this.” – Preventing Nuclear Proliferation
“Having a country acquiring a nuclear weapon is not the end of the world – using it is the end of the world.”
The Bugs of Decision-Making – A Personal Experience from the Global Economic Workshop
The main idea of the workshop was to come up with a preference list of the ten most popular issues.
The Finance Minister of my Country is the Monsoon
For the good of the developing world, we need to consider not only long-term adaptation and mitigation strategies but also approaches that will deal with the present-day effects of climate change.
Flower Power versus NATO
A recent case from Hungary shows how civil organizations and local governments can have an influence even on a mighty intergovernmental security alliance like the NATO: a vital democracy can sometimes be stronger than vested military interests. In recent years the Tubes hill in southern Hungary have become a symbol […]
The Energy Dependence of Central Europe – the Other Side of the Resource Curse
“Resource Curse” term is usually used for the countries that have plenty of resources. But what a country has to do without any of them? Hungary is an example of the other side of the resource curse.