Businesses, embassies combine for carbon-neutral economy in Hungary

How to achieve Net Zero target by 2050?

In a unique collaboration, the embassies of six countries and the Hungarian Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSDH) have teamed up with the support of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology to help accelerate the transition to a carbon-neutral economy in Hungary by 2050, ...

Europeans say the bureaucracy in Brussels should be reduced

Survey: The majority of Europe believe in a strong nation-state cooperation and not in increasing Brussels’ influence

Recently, Europe has been facing challenges that have not been seen for a long time. Regarding the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the associated economic difficulties and the management of increasing migratory pressures, European citizens can rightly claim Brussels’ effective involvement and rapid EU-level ...

UK government contacting thousands of UK nationals in Europe

Preparing for end of Brexit transition period

The UK government has written to 365,000 UK nationals living in Europe with advice on the actions they need to take to prepare for the end of the UK “Brexit” transition period on December 31.

Events in Minsk strike a chord in Budapest

Striking parallels between Belarus 2020 and Hungary 1956

The August 9 Belarus presidential election was a monumental occurrence for this landlocked country standing between the European Union and Russia. The nation was severely shaken as Belarusians took a distinct tug between past and future on a day destined for the history books, ...

Guest article: From great difficulty to reform, development, good management

Nursultan Nazarbayev and establishing of independent Kazakhstan

Nursultan Nazarbayev played in the history of Kazakhstan the same large-scale role as such world-famous reformers as Ataturk in Turkey, Charles de Gaulle in France, Mahathir Mohamad in Malaysia, Lee Kuan Yew in Singapore, Deng Xiaoping in China and others.

US presidential elections: how they work

Winner must secure 270 Electoral College votes

Hungary’s right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wants to see the similarly politically aligned United States President, Donald Trump, re-elected on Tuesday, November 3. Trump came to power four years ago despite recording a popular vote of 62.9 million to Democrat rival Hillary Clinton’s 65.8 ...

Analysis / The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

What can end the clashes in the South Caucasus?

On September 27, the South Caucasus witnessed a new escalation in the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. This war has turned the world's attention to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which has remained unresolved for 30 years.