March 16, 2017
Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: According to a research by Transparency International (TI) and Investment Migration Council, Hungary's settlement bond program enriches unknown companies while not bringing any money to Hungary itself. Boldizsar Nagy, associate professor at CEU's Department of International Relations and European Studies believes that the laws passed regarding the program are accepted without prior discussion, are full of anomalies, and lack transparency.
March 14, 2017
http://www.vg.hu/gazdasag/gazdasagpolitika/a-beremeles-onmagaban-nem-lesz-eleg-484787 - Hungarian news portal vg.hu reports: Csaba Laszlo, professor at CEU's Department of International Relations and European Studies gave expert commentary in an article about how the rise of the minimum wage level affects companies. According to Csaba, as every measure, this has both positive and negative effects.
March 10, 2017
In Hungarian commercial television TV2's report about the world's billionaires and the way of money, Laszlo Csaba, professor at CEU's Department of International Relations and European Studies explained how well-known billionaires tend to donate their money recentl
September 30, 2016
http://index.hu/belfold/2016/09/30/migracio_vita_kisebbsegkutato_intezet_kutatok_ejszakaja/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: Boldizsar Nagy, associate professor at CEU’s Department of International Relations participated at a roundtable discussion entitled “Brussels Says, New York Says - Migrants, Refugees, Sharing the Load” organized by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for Researcher’s Night on Sept. 30.
June 28, 2016
http://magyarhirlap.hu/cikk/59458/Kevesebb_penzhez_juthatunk_a_kozos_unios_kasszabol - Hungarian news portal magyarhirlap.hu interviewed Laszlo Csaba, university professor at CEU’s Department of International Relations and European Studies, who shared his views on what Brexit will mean for the remaining EU member states economically, and whether it will affect the life of Hungarians working in Britain.
February 7, 2016
http://index.hu/kultur/eletmod/2016/02/07/mit_egyunk_ha_csorosag_van/ - Hungarian news site index.hu interviewed CEU alumna Barbara Tonte (IRES’ 08) and Zsanett Budai about their motivation for setting up and running a Romani Gastro blog. The aim of the blog is to collect and present to the public traditional Romani food in a healthier form. For more, in Hungarian, see http://romanigastro.blog.hu/
December 1, 2015
HirTV’s “Azsia” program interviewed Professor Kwei-Bo Huang, associate professor at the Department of Diplomacy and director of the Center for Foreign Policy Studies at the National ChengChi University of Taipei, Taiwan about the presidential elections in Taiwan.
November 24, 2015
http://kitekinto.hu/latin-amerika/2015/11/24/latineast_ii_a_pink_tide_es_posztszocialista_orszagok_kozos_nevezi/#.VlcpqNKrT4Y - Hungarian news portal kitekinto.hu reports: For the second time this year Corvinus University’s Karl Polanyi Center for Global Social Studies organized the “LatinEast Conference”.
October 6, 2015
Hungarian weekly HVG interviewed Marion Smith (IRES'09), executive director of the Victims of Communism (VOC) Memorial Foundation, a U.S.-based non-profit educational organization. The interview explores the similarities between VOC and the Hungarian House of Terror Museum, the Hungarian government’s support towards the establishment of the foundation, and Smith’s views regarding current Hungarian politics.
October 6, 2015
http://gazdasagtv.hu/kozelet/2015-10-06/bevandorlas-befogado-politikajukkal-kompenzalnak-a-nemetek - Hungarian gazdasagtv.hu interviewed Laszlo Csaba, CEU University Professor at the Department of International Relations and European Studies, about his views on how Merkel’s policy will shape Germany and the European economy.