"Do Darknet Drug Markets Make the Bad Guys Less Bad?" Aldridge Asks

November 13, 2017

“Do darknet drug markets make the bad guys less bad?” Judith Aldridge, George Soros Visiting Chair at CEU's School of Public Policy examined this question about the morality of illicit drug supply under prohibition, in a talk held at CEU on November 7. She submitted the following summary of her talk:

Dedication in Kontler's Latest Book Highlights Significance of CEU

November 10, 2017

CEU History Professor Laszlo Kontler co-edited "Trust and Happiness in the History of European Political Thought," the latest volume in scholarly publisher Brill's prestigious series "Studies in the History of Political Thought." In the book's preface, authored by Kontler and co-editor Mark Somos (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg), the historians note the struggle CEU has undergone since t

Survey Revealing Public Views on Gene Editing Published in Nature

Advances in biomedicine offer ill and disabled people hope and options like never before but, with that, comes controversy.

CEU Students Find New Ways to Fundraise

November 9, 2017

Seven Alumni Scholarship Recipients took action to make a difference and get some hands-on experience in giving back, by forming CEU’s first Student Philanthropy Council. The council’s mission is simple: find new and fun ways to raise funds and educate the community about the importance of philanthropy.

CEU Launches Philanthropy Week

November 7, 2017

CEU is launching Philanthropy Week, to celebrate what we’ve been given and to raise awareness of the importance of giving back. There will be plenty of ways to get involved, in Budapest, worldwide and online during the week of November 27 to December 1, including: