Warsaw is not Budapest. Not in old buildings and historical beauty, certainly, but not in the startup sector, either. The Polish startup sector is the most developed in the Central and Eastern European region, while Hungarian startups are underperforming in a regional comparison. Although the Hungarian startup ecosystem has shown
Experts discussed the possible future of Central European cooperation. Has the Visegrad Four been put in a coffin? We were there; here is our coverage!
Participants of the discussion: Piotr Bajda, Head of European Studies, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University; Dorin-Mircea Dobra, Professor at the Faculty of European Studies, Babes-Bolyai University;
In the largest leaks scandal of the decade, countless secret Pentagon and NATO documents have come to light. The chaos is huge, but we summarized the most important points.
The world’s attention has been on the Pentagon leaks in April: Pages of highly classified US documents began circulating on
Poland put an end to unlimited Ukrainian grain imports, followed by Slovakia, Hungary, and Bulgaria, as Romania also made restrictions. Kyiv is fighting while the European Commission is just watching. Analysis from Hype&Hyper.
We wrote just a week ago about how unlimited imports of Ukrainian grain are destroying farmers
The man who is a bigger Putinist than Putin himself. Analysis by Brittany Pheiffer Noble, Ph.D.
The ongoing Russo-Ukrainian war started more than a year ago, and while for the West, it is evident that the Russian aggression against Ukraine is wrong, it would be naive to think that
Petr Pavel is the new president of the Czech Republic: the retired general defeated Andrej Babiš by a significant margin and took office as the new Czech head of state after the end of Miloš Zeman’s term in March.
Petr Pavel received 58.3% of the votes in the
The winter is coming to an end, meaning our region survived one of the most challenging heating seasons caused by the energy crisis. How can we ensure a secure, independent energy supply in the future? We were searching for the answers from a Hungarian perspective with Ottó Toldi, Ph.D.
How is the Russo-Ukrainian war viewed from Beijing, Delhi, or Cape Town? What is happening on the other side of the world in a changing global political landscape? We invite you to a foreign affairs journey around the world!
Hungarian foreign policy experts discussed the perception of the war outside
The sanctions affect both the European and Russian economies, and their costs and successes are questionable. Economic analysts talked about the sanctions against Russia, financial reserves, and the US dollar’s hegemony. Conference coverage from Hype&Hyper.
Prominent Hungarian economists discussed the cost-benefit analysis of the war at the National
The Russian invasion of Ukraine started a year ago. Thoughts, opportunities, and developments about Ukraine, Russia, international affairs, and the potential of Westlessness.
On Tuesday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the joint session of the lower and upper houses of Russia’s parliament to mark the
Modern warfare takes place on several fronts: land, sea, air, and, equally importantly, in the media. Who defines the narrative has a huge advantage: Russia limits the freedom of media outlets within its territory and wants the Kremlin’s voice to be heard in the West during the war.
„Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I have done it thousands of times,” said Mark Twain. When did people start to smoke, and where is this habit heading today? Where will it be banned altogether, and where can we still smoke indoors? Is
Silicon Valley is the best place for startups to get off the ground and go global, but high housing prices can put off the average entrepreneur. The ecosystem where companies like Zoom can rise from nothing to the top is multifactorial, but what is the real secret recipe behind this
Poland and Hungary have overtaken Portugal in terms of living standards. Poland and Hungary reach 77% and 76% of the EU average GDP based on purchasing power parity, respectively. This means the 19th and 20th place in the European Union. But what do these figures mean to us, and why
European tourism is getting the short end of the stick again. After the Covid-19 pandemic, when it seemed that nothing could stand in travelers’ way, Russia attacked Ukraine. What are the implications of war in this context? Can the current situation lead to a similar backlash as in 2020? Or
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