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2Mar

Fake news or in other terms: ‘disinformation’ is a huge issue. Disinformation is, according to the definition, false or misleading information that: was created for making profit or for public fraud can lead to public damage meant as threats to democratic politics Disinformation is as old as communication itself,...

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1Feb

It is obvious that globalisation has a huge impact on every part of the world – including the most remote corners of it. Globalisation can be defined as a complex of political, cultural, economic and geographic processes, in which process the mobility of people, capital, organisations and discourses take...

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29Jan
January 29, 2019 Interviews 0

Interview by Lilla Vanczák, ICRP | Discussion with the former director of the Estonian Institute in Hungary, Mónika Segesdi As an organisation focusing on international relations with a special emphasis on culture, the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy initiated a series of interviews with top people of leading cultural...

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8Jan

Every Halloween, we have good chance of seeing white kids, college students, adults dressed as Native American or as people from “ghetto”, or people who have no real connection to India wearing red dots on their foreheads. Such mimicry has come under increasing condemnation recently and has been associated...

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14Dec

The United Nations declared its first global agreement on enhancing safety and regulation in the scope of international migration. As the first of its kind, the Global Compact for Migration displays once again the narratives with which migration is discussed in our time and the quest for coherence in...

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13Dec

The primacy of European law over national law logically places Community decision-making at the centre of the concerns of everyone: citizens, governments, but also multinational companies. This is why the European Union has become, in its restricted places of concentration of power, a reference point for “interest groups”, in...

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5Dec

The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty, signed in April 1949, which constitutes a system of collective defence, in which the Member States agree to defend their members in the case that are attacked by an external power: Article...

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25Nov

When it was created, the founding Charter of the United Nations was supposed to introduce a unique system, based both on a desire for international and multilateral cooperation in which each State, regardless of its geographical and/or diplomatic importance, has a voice, but also impregnated with a strong predominance...

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25Nov

If Artificial Intelligence, just like any other technological revolution, offers great opportunities, I believe that it also presents numerous risks that are inextricably nested. No one can ensure that those algorithms act in favour of our well-being, because it always depends on who uses it, and how. In my...

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11Nov

The US midterm elections on the 6th November 2018 have brought new movement into the already shaken political landscape of the United States. The midterms are held every 2 years to partially re-elect the US Congress, consisting of the Senate and the House of Representative, as well as states’...

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