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Hungary Foundation - HF Hungary Foundation is an independent US-based not-for-profit organization whose mission is to strenghten US - Hungary relations.

The Hungary Initiatives Foundation is an independent, American non-partisan and non-profit organization committed to strengthening the understanding and cooperation between Hungary and the Unites States of America.

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A very timely publication by HF Visiting Research Fellow, Lilla Nóra Kiss in The American Spectator."In the age of disap...
10/22/2022
New Freedom Fighter Statue in Atlanta Honors Hungarian Resistance Against Communism - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

A very timely publication by HF Visiting Research Fellow, Lilla Nóra Kiss in The American Spectator.

"In the age of disappearing Snapchat messages, Insta stories, and 280-character tweets, it is reasonable to ask why building lasting monuments matters.

It matters because in this sea of 21st-century distraction, we must be pulled out of our everyday lives from time to time and be faced with timeless truths and virtues to aspire to."

⬇Read the full article here⬇
https://bit.ly/3SrI53v

The Freedom Fighter sculpture is erected by patriotic Americans and initiated by the Hungarian American Coalition.

Meet Tom Pearson, 2022 Budapest Fellow.“I’m excited to learn more about energy policy in the CEE region by researching p...
10/22/2022

Meet Tom Pearson, 2022 Budapest Fellow.

“I’m excited to learn more about energy policy in the CEE region by researching potential solutions for the current energy crisis, especially looking at energy security and diversity for Hungary in light of existing international relations.” - Tom Pearson

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC.

👇 Read more about Tom here👇
https://bit.ly/3z212mm

Introducing Bence Szechenyi, 2022 Budapest Fellow.Bence works under the assumption that mass migration will be one of th...
10/21/2022

Introducing Bence Szechenyi, 2022 Budapest Fellow.

Bence works under the assumption that mass migration will be one of the defining issues for Europe to contend with in the twenty-first century and aims to gain an understanding of what leads to the success of migrants in European, and especially Central European societies.

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC

👇Read Bence's full introduction here👇
https://bit.ly/3EYNBaE

Meet Luke Larson, 2022 BFP Fellow."I see Hungary as a dynamic place in the world to be at this moment in history. I aim ...
10/19/2022

Meet Luke Larson, 2022 BFP Fellow.

"I see Hungary as a dynamic place in the world to be at this moment in history. I aim to paint a clearer picture of Hungary for outsiders and to highlight the good that I believe is happening here. – Luke Larson"

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC.

👇 Read his full introduction here 👇
https://bit.ly/3MLW3MA

Check out the video recap of this year's Zebegény Alumni Summit!Thank you all for coming, and see you in 2023. 💙https://...
10/19/2022
2022 Zebegény Alumni Summit

Check out the video recap of this year's Zebegény Alumni Summit!

Thank you all for coming, and see you in 2023. 💙

https://bit.ly/3St0Kfv

The Zebegény Alumni Summit held on September 17th, 2022 at the Dőry Castle on the Danube was co-organized this year as well by Quinnipiac University’s Centra...

Meet Logan West, 2022/23 Budapest Fellow.Logan has been placed at the Danube Institute under the guidance of its Executi...
10/18/2022

Meet Logan West, 2022/23 Budapest Fellow.

Logan has been placed at the Danube Institute under the guidance of its Executive Director, Istvan Kiss. Through the relationship, Logan plans to gain a better understanding of Hungarian politics and develop strong connections to pursue his research goals.

In partnership with Corvinus Collegium - MCC

👇 Read his full introduction here 👇
https://bit.ly/3VAAjHn

In case you missed it: 📺 Watch the full panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center...
10/18/2022
Panel: The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration

In case you missed it:

📺 Watch the full panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow were both part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

https://youtu.be/wYtYNLVv7pg

https://cis.org/Press-Release/Panel-Cultural-Impact-ImmigrationWill energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?Will the disrupti...

For the 8th time, over two days, nearly 10,000 people turned up at Brain Bar, Europe’s biggest festival about the future...
10/15/2022
Full House at HF Sponsored Brain Bar Festival 2022 - Hungary Foundation

For the 8th time, over two days, nearly 10,000 people turned up at Brain Bar, Europe’s biggest festival about the future. The invited presenters and panelists were some of the greatest intellectual minds of our time.

With HF’s support, at Brain Bar 2022 some well-known names of our days from more than 20 countries and inspiring artistic performances took turns on the stage.

HF Alumnus, Dr. Tárnok Balázs had a public discussion in front of the Brain Bar audience with Márkó Linczényi. Balázs gave great insights into the topic of national identity, the situation of national minorities, and the questions they pose for the future.

⬇Click below to read the full recap⬇
https://bit.ly/3g4NH6d

  For the eighth time, over two days, nearly 10,000 people turned up at Brain Bar, Europe’s biggest festival about the future. The invited presenters and panelists were some of the greatest intellectual minds of our time.   With HF’s support, at Brain Bar 2022 some well-known names of our days...

Check out the publication by a previous HF intern Benjamin Bárdos, in Transatlantic Perspective."Russia’s unjustified in...
10/14/2022
European Strategic Autonomy —  The Rebirth of NATO or its Downfall?

Check out the publication by a previous HF intern Benjamin Bárdos, in Transatlantic Perspective.

"Russia’s unjustified invasion of Ukraine has intensified the need for an answer to what European Strategic Autonomy should be. The definition of what the EU wants to be able to do autonomously has changed greatly and reciprocated the conditions and challenges posed by geopolitical shifts. However, when thinking about European Strategic Autonomy (EU-SA) it must be established what it is; according to the EU’s official definition it refers to the bloc’s capacity to act autonomously."

👇Click below to read the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3VrJLg7

By Benjamin Bardos, European Horizons Core Writers’ Team

Read the new publication by Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow in Newsweek."As...
10/12/2022
The Destruction of Churches and Religious Communities in Ukraine Matters

Read the new publication by Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow in Newsweek.

"As you enter Kyiv's Peace Temple Church's main hall, the first thing that strikes you are hundreds of boxes from the World Food Programme, waiting for distribution to those in need.

Reverend Volodymyr Kondor explained to us that not so long ago the same hall was packed with hundreds of people seeking shelter from Russian President Vladimir Putin's barbaric onslaught.

In Ukraine, churches have become civil society's safety net in addition to serving as houses of worship."

⬇ Click below to access the full article ⬇
https://bit.ly/3fUbvtn

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his regime must be held accountable for targeting churches that serve as humanitarian and refugee centers.

The recent Liszt Gala in Budapest showcased the talent of two Hungarian pianists, Elemér Balázs and Gergő Zoltán Varga, ...
10/12/2022
HF Supports Liszt Charity Gala - Hungary Foundation

The recent Liszt Gala in Budapest showcased the talent of two Hungarian pianists, Elemér Balázs and Gergő Zoltán Varga, who will compete this year in LA in the Los Angeles International Piano Competition. 🎵

This event served as a fundraiser for their journey to LA this fall.

Congratulations to the organizers, Pianist Éva Polgár and Katherine Hickey.

👇Read more about the event here👇
https://bit.ly/3VpzK2T

  Hungary Foundation was a proud sponsor of the Los Angeles International Piano Competition’s 2022 Liszt Gala which showcased the talent of two Hungarian pianists, Elemér Balázs and Gergő Zoltán Varga, who will compete this year in LA. The two talented artists were selected based on their per...

🔔 Reminder: Event this Thursday!👉 You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" ...
10/11/2022
Panel: The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration

🔔 Reminder: Event this Thursday!

👉 You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow will both be part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

👉 These and other issues will be addressed in a panel discussion, on Thursday, October 13 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time.

⬇ Read the event's original press release ⬇
https://bit.ly/3M5hI1A

Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

Here's the first publication since the Budapest Fellowship started this semester:Logan West, BFP Fellow in the Hungarian...
10/07/2022
The European Union’s Push To Control Hungary May Drive It Away | Hungarian Conservative

Here's the first publication since the Budapest Fellowship started this semester:
Logan West, BFP Fellow in the Hungarian Conservative.

"Hungarians struggle with the question of whether they feel more oriented to the East or to the West. The tightening grip of the European Union may cause them to think their future is not with Brussels."

👇Click below to read the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3ecI1qh

Hungarians struggle with the question of whether they feel more oriented to the East or to the West. The tightening grip of the European Union may cause them to think their future is not with Brussels.

Check out this publication, written in cooperation with Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, And...
10/05/2022
Civil Society Can Help Rebuild Ukraine

Check out this publication, written in cooperation with Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow in The National Interest.

"We sat down at the Academy for a homemade dinner of local Ukrainian dishes with the new CEO, Ihor Ilvutchenko. You can glimpse the resilience of Ukrainian civil society amid the ongoing brutal war at the Academy. Relying on a monthly budget of $15,000, the Academy is educating and housing thirty students this semester. Most of these students have lost their families due to the Russian invasion."

👇Read the full article here👇
https://bit.ly/3yfA8an

Partnership with local Ukrainian NGOs and churches ensures the most efficient and speedy use of foreign aid

You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration St...
10/04/2022

You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow will both be part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

👉 These and other issues will be addressed in a panel discussion, on Thursday, October 13 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time.

⬇ Read the event's original press release ⬇
https://bit.ly/3M5hI1A

Read the latest article by HF Academic Advisory Board Memeber, Tibor Nagy in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal."Each year my...
10/03/2022

Read the latest article by HF Academic Advisory Board Memeber, Tibor Nagy in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.

"Each year my wife Jane and I go back to Hungary to see the family I left behind as a refugee and to get an appreciation of how different the world looks when seen from Budapest as opposed to Washington, D.C. (or Lubbock).

The change from 2021 to 2022 has been the most dramatic since the Iron Curtain came down in 1989, and this time it’s not for the better."

👇Click here to access the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3CuqUJQ

HF Alumnus, Krisztián Jójárt discusses Russia’s next steps and more, in his interview with Népszava.The former Andrássy ...
10/03/2022
„Putyin abban bízik, hogy Oroszország a télen zsarolni tudja Európát az energiahordozók drágulásával, miközben katonai fölényével legyőzi Ukrajnát”

HF Alumnus, Krisztián Jójárt discusses Russia’s next steps and more, in his interview with Népszava.

The former Andrássy Fellow was brought in as an expert on the topic.

👇Read the full interview here👇
https://lnkd.in/dGWxDX_8

Jelentős fordulat állt be az orosz-ukrán háborúban a részben megszállt ukrajnai megyék Oroszországhoz csatolása, illetve a sokáig halogatott mozgósítás elrendelése és az Északi Áramlat gázvezetékeinek felrobbantása nyomán. Ezek várható következményeiről kérdezte a Népsza...

HF Fellows and Alumni are on a roll with their publications!Check out another great article from Michael O'Shea, BFP Alu...
10/01/2022
The Pole, the Hungarian, Two Brothers Be — Both Are Behaving Rationally | Hungarian Conservative

HF Fellows and Alumni are on a roll with their publications!

Check out another great article from Michael O'Shea, BFP Alumnus, in the Hungarian Conservative.

"These Central European brothers find themselves amid the type of calamity inevitable in all bilateral relationships. Yet, history, geography, politics, and economics all ensure they will continue to raise glasses together, as they have for centuries."

👇Access the full article here👇
https://bit.ly/3EpV1DR

These Central European brothers find themselves amid the type of calamity inevitable in all bilateral relationships. Yet, history, geography, politics, and economics all ensure they will continue to raise glasses together, as they have for centuries.

You can now read another publication by Dr. Lilla Nóra Kiss, Visiting Research Fellow, this time in the International an...
09/30/2022

You can now read another publication by Dr. Lilla Nóra Kiss, Visiting Research Fellow, this time in the International and Comparative Law Review.

Lilla discusses the "Post-Brexit European Map: the New Continental Status Quo and Institutional Decision-Making".

Check out the open access article here:
👉 https://bit.ly/3Cm2133

The participants of this year's Budapest Fellowship Program visited the Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region. In addition to Bodro...
09/29/2022

The participants of this year's Budapest Fellowship Program visited the Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region. In addition to Bodrogkeresztúr, Sárospatak, and Mád, the researchers also visited Hercegkút to gain insights into the Swabian culture, the history of the settlement and the wider Swabian community, and their relationship to the Catholic faith.

The tour, rich in historical details, was followed by good-humored and meaningful discussions at the Naaár and Götz wine cellars, where Ferenc Naár and Ildikó Götz introduced the participants to their family wineries, telling them about the role of the winery in the economic life of the area, the development of the World Heritage cellars and, of course, wine tasting was in order as well.

„While many international tourists never venture beyond Budapest, I find that experiencing the countryside is essential to understanding Hungary. Our trip to the village of Hercegkút showcased many of the things that make Hungarians most proud of their nation: steadfastness in the face of historical tragedy, insistence on preserving cultural traditions, charming rural landscapes, excellent wine culture, and delicious dishes like stuffed cabbage and chicken paprikas.” – Luke Larson, Budapest Fellow

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC

Hungary Foundation is proud to announce that world-class Hungarian pianist Éva Polgár was named HF’s Cultural Ambassador...
09/28/2022
Announcing the 2022 HF Cultural Ambassador of the Year - Éva Polgár - Hungary Foundation

Hungary Foundation is proud to announce that world-class Hungarian pianist Éva Polgár was named HF’s Cultural Ambassador of the Year. 🎼

Pianist Éva Polgár will be giving a US tour consisting of four solo piano recitals scheduled in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, and Washington, D.C. this Fall.

Since 2022 marks the 140th anniversary of Zoltán Kodály’s birth - she will be focusing on bringing authentically Hungarian works to American audiences across the country.

See Éva Polgár performing live:

🎹 October 2
👉 Chicago – Nichols Concert Hall, Evanston, IL

🎹 October 23
👉 Los Angeles – The Nixon Library

🎹 December 1
👉 Washington DC – The Arts Club of Washington

🎹 December 15
👉 New York – Carnegie Hall

⬇ Click below to read the full announcement
https://bit.ly/3rdGVgH

Hungary Foundation is proud to announce that world-class Hungarian pianist Éva Polgár was named HF’s Cultural Ambassador of the Year. Éva is a university teacher of music and concert pianist who’s toured three continents. She’s been teaching and performing both in the US and Hungary and is ...

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A very timely publication by HF Visiting Research Fellow, Lilla Nóra Kiss in The American Spectator.

"In the age of disappearing Snapchat messages, Insta stories, and 280-character tweets, it is reasonable to ask why building lasting monuments matters.

It matters because in this sea of 21st-century distraction, we must be pulled out of our everyday lives from time to time and be faced with timeless truths and virtues to aspire to."

⬇Read the full article here⬇
https://bit.ly/3SrI53v
Meet Tom Pearson, 2022 Budapest Fellow.

“I’m excited to learn more about energy policy in the CEE region by researching potential solutions for the current energy crisis, especially looking at energy security and diversity for Hungary in light of existing international relations.” - Tom Pearson

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC.

👇 Read more about Tom here👇
https://bit.ly/3z212mm
Introducing Bence Szechenyi, 2022 Budapest Fellow.

Bence works under the assumption that mass migration will be one of the defining issues for Europe to contend with in the twenty-first century and aims to gain an understanding of what leads to the success of migrants in European, and especially Central European societies.

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC

👇Read Bence's full introduction here👇
https://bit.ly/3EYNBaE
Meet Luke Larson, 2022 BFP Fellow.

"I see Hungary as a dynamic place in the world to be at this moment in history. I aim to paint a clearer picture of Hungary for outsiders and to highlight the good that I believe is happening here. – Luke Larson"

In partnership with Mathias Corvinus Collegium - MCC.

👇 Read his full introduction here 👇
https://bit.ly/3MLW3MA
Check out the video recap of this year's Zebegény Alumni Summit!

Thank you all for coming, and see you in 2023. 💙

https://bit.ly/3St0Kfv
Meet Logan West, 2022/23 Budapest Fellow.

Logan has been placed at the Danube Institute under the guidance of its Executive Director, Istvan Kiss. Through the relationship, Logan plans to gain a better understanding of Hungarian politics and develop strong connections to pursue his research goals.

In partnership with Corvinus Collegium - MCC

👇 Read his full introduction here 👇
https://bit.ly/3VAAjHn
In case you missed it:

📺 Watch the full panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow were both part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

https://youtu.be/wYtYNLVv7pg
For the 8th time, over two days, nearly 10,000 people turned up at Brain Bar, Europe’s biggest festival about the future. The invited presenters and panelists were some of the greatest intellectual minds of our time.

With HF’s support, at Brain Bar 2022 some well-known names of our days from more than 20 countries and inspiring artistic performances took turns on the stage.

HF Alumnus, Dr. Tárnok Balázs had a public discussion in front of the Brain Bar audience with Márkó Linczényi. Balázs gave great insights into the topic of national identity, the situation of national minorities, and the questions they pose for the future.

⬇Click below to read the full recap⬇
https://bit.ly/3g4NH6d
Check out the publication by a previous HF intern Benjamin Bárdos, in Transatlantic Perspective.

"Russia’s unjustified invasion of Ukraine has intensified the need for an answer to what European Strategic Autonomy should be. The definition of what the EU wants to be able to do autonomously has changed greatly and reciprocated the conditions and challenges posed by geopolitical shifts. However, when thinking about European Strategic Autonomy (EU-SA) it must be established what it is; according to the EU’s official definition it refers to the bloc’s capacity to act autonomously."

👇Click below to read the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3VrJLg7
Read the new publication by Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow in Newsweek.

"As you enter Kyiv's Peace Temple Church's main hall, the first thing that strikes you are hundreds of boxes from the World Food Programme, waiting for distribution to those in need.

Reverend Volodymyr Kondor explained to us that not so long ago the same hall was packed with hundreds of people seeking shelter from Russian President Vladimir Putin's barbaric onslaught.

In Ukraine, churches have become civil society's safety net in addition to serving as houses of worship."

⬇ Click below to access the full article ⬇
https://bit.ly/3fUbvtn
The recent Liszt Gala in Budapest showcased the talent of two Hungarian pianists, Elemér Balázs and Gergő Zoltán Varga, who will compete this year in LA in the Los Angeles International Piano Competition. 🎵

This event served as a fundraiser for their journey to LA this fall.

Congratulations to the organizers, Pianist Éva Polgár and Katherine Hickey.

👇Read more about the event here👇
https://bit.ly/3VpzK2T
🔔 Reminder: Event this Thursday!

👉 You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow will both be part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

👉 These and other issues will be addressed in a panel discussion, on Thursday, October 13 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time.

⬇ Read the event's original press release ⬇
https://bit.ly/3M5hI1A
Here's the first publication since the Budapest Fellowship started this semester:
Logan West, BFP Fellow in the Hungarian Conservative.

"Hungarians struggle with the question of whether they feel more oriented to the East or to the West. The tightening grip of the European Union may cause them to think their future is not with Brussels."

👇Click below to read the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3ecI1qh
Check out this publication, written in cooperation with Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow in The National Interest.

"We sat down at the Academy for a homemade dinner of local Ukrainian dishes with the new CEO, Ihor Ilvutchenko. You can glimpse the resilience of Ukrainian civil society amid the ongoing brutal war at the Academy. Relying on a monthly budget of $15,000, the Academy is educating and housing thirty students this semester. Most of these students have lost their families due to the Russian invasion."

👇Read the full article here👇
https://bit.ly/3yfA8an
You are invited to a panel discussion, "The Ukraine War and Its Impacts on Migration" with the Center for Immigration Studies.

Mónika Palotai, Visiting Research Fellow, and Kristóf Veres, Andrássy Fellow will both be part of the panel.

❓Will energy disruptions in Ukraine this winter cause a new wave of migration?

❓Will the disruptions in food and fertilizer exports caused by the Ukraine war lead to famine in Africa, further increasing migration flows to Europe and the U.S.?

👉 These and other issues will be addressed in a panel discussion, on Thursday, October 13 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time.

⬇ Read the event's original press release ⬇
https://bit.ly/3M5hI1A
Read the latest article by HF Academic Advisory Board Memeber, Tibor Nagy in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.

"Each year my wife Jane and I go back to Hungary to see the family I left behind as a refugee and to get an appreciation of how different the world looks when seen from Budapest as opposed to Washington, D.C. (or Lubbock).

The change from 2021 to 2022 has been the most dramatic since the Iron Curtain came down in 1989, and this time it’s not for the better."

👇Click here to access the full article👇
https://bit.ly/3CuqUJQ
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