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Chinese Influence in Hungary: a multifaceted relationship

Réka Koleszár – Indipendent Researcher Réka Koleszár is an independent researcher focusing on the relations between the European Union and Asia, in particular East Asia. Her experience spans international organisations and think tanks including working for the Council of the European Union and the European Policy Centre. Réka holds an…
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2024-02-16
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The Chinese Influence in Visegrad Countries

Zdeněk Rod - University of West Bohemia in Pilsen Zdeněk Rod is a research fellow and PhD candidate at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Department of Politics and International Relations. He is also CEO & Co-Founder of Center for Security Consulting in Prague, a fellow at the International…
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2024-01-23
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Digitisation In Central And Eastern EU Countries- Part 2

DIGITISATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES: CYBERSECURITY CONCERNS, CORPORATE RESPONSES, AND GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES By Manel Bernadó Arjona  The Downside of Digitisation: Cybersecurity Implications The rapid increase in the use of digital tools across all strata of society requires strong, well-oriented cybersecurity measures that tackle multifaceted cyber risks. The entry…
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Hungarian reaches top of secondary education

By Grzegorz Wiśniewski, Ph.D. Economy Since 2015, the Hungarian government has begun to invest massively in education, particularly in tertiary (university) education. These investments, which account for a significant part of the Hungarian budget, indicate an approach that Blue Europe considers favourable, particularly in terms of the development of advanced…
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2021-01-18
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