http://www.piacesprofit.hu/klimablog/ceta-idot-kellene-nyerni-de-ma-szavaznak-rola/ -Hungarian monthly Piac es Profit reports: Robert Csehi, junior visiting researcher at CEU’s Department of Public Policy gave expert commentary on the current status of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Csehi believes that a new market opens for the EU with CETA, and with that strong competitors might emerge in Europe.
Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet reports: Robert Csehi, junior visiting researcher at CEU’s Department of Public Policy gave expert commentary on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Csehi believes that CETA paves the way for the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTI) in a sense that it can be advantageous for Europe that certain measures for investment protection were established.
http://mno.hu/velemeny/a-liberalis-mediacsapda-1366930 - Hungarian news portal mno.hu reports: The Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS) at the CEU School of Public Policy (SPP) organized a public lecture by Victor Pickard, associate professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication on Oct.
http://www.portfolio.hu/gazdasag/munkaugy/ingyen_szallast_ad_a_meki_magyarorszagon_a_tombolo_munkaerohiany_miatt.236937.html - Hungarian news portal portfolio.hu reports: Martin Kahanec, professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy is quoted in an article regarding the dearth of labor in Eastern European countries and what corporations are doing about it.
http://infovilag.hu/hir-35495-migracio_politikailag_bombauzlet_orban_e.html - Hungarian news portal infovilag.hu reports: Nick Sitter, professor of Public Policy at CEU was quoted in an AP story on the upcoming Hungarian referendum.
http://444.hu/2016/08/04/a-magyar-keritesrol-es-a-munkaerohianyrol-ir-a-deutsche-welle - Hungarian news portal 444.hu reports: Martin Kahanec, professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy is quoted in Deutsche Welle regarding how migration affects economy.
For the original article in English, see http://www.dw.com/en/hungary-blocks-migrants-but-needs-foreign-labor/a-19448738
http://hvg.hu/itthon/20160629_magyarorszagi_britek_ez_mar_nem_nagy_csak_britannia_brexit - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu interviewed several British citizens living in Hungary about their personal views about Brexit and the effects they predict it will have on their lives. Associate Professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy, Simon Rippon was also interviewed. Rippon believes Hungarians living in Britain are just as disappointed as British people living in Hungary.
CEU's Nick Sitter, professor at the School of Public Policy, was interviewed by Hungarian Commercial Television RTL Klub’s Evening News program about why British people voted for leaving the EU. Sitter highlighted that the campaign to leave was mainly against migrants from EU countries, rather than ones from Africa and the Middle East.
http://www.168ora.hu/globusz/ceu-professzor-brexit-eredmenynek-semmi-koze-migransvalsaghoz-146766.html - Hungarian news portal 168ora.hu interviewed Nick Sitter, professor at the School of Public Policy about the results of the British vote to leave the EU. In his expert commentary Sitter highlighted that populist views linking Brexit with the “inefficient handling” of the refugee crisis by the EU are false.
http://nol.hu/kulfold/gyerekek-holttestere-bukkantak-a-sivatagban-1619849 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: According to Missing Migrants Project, around 300.000 refugees have gone missing this year. Daniel Large, assistant professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy, gave expert commentary on the EU’s planned cooperation agreements with Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Nigeria, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Ethiopia and Libya - deals similar to the one that the EU penned with Turkey.