Tag Archive for: Hungary

Conference: Politics of History and Memory Conflicts in Post-Communist Europe

Politics of History and Memory Conflicts in Post-Communist Europe International…

European Memory versus Populism and Euroscepticism in Western Europe

Jean Monnet Network EuMePo  "European Memory Politics: Populism,…

Video: Memory Politics through National Lenses

Video : Re-nationalizing the commemoration of the past? Memory…

Hungary’s Fragmented Historical Memory – European Memory Politics – a short introduction

Ildikó Barna from the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in…

Webinar: Contesting National Memory: Reinterpreting the Past in Poland and Hungary

Contesting National Memory: Reinterpreting the Past in Poland…

Oliver Schmidtke: Exploring the Rise of Populism and the Threat to Liberal Democracy

In this lecture, Oliver Schmidtke conceptualizes the rise of…

Prof. Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy: Informal, Democratic Structures and the Central Political Power

Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy (Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd…

Prof. Adam Czarnota: Central-Eastern European States Between Liberalism and Populism

Adam Czarnota, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales,…
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On the Uses of Populism and Illiberal Democracy: Fences, Border Hunters, and Identity, by Kirsten Csenkey

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By Kristen Csenkey,  PhD Candidate,  Balsillie School of International…