Director of CEU's Center for EU Enlargement Studies Peter Balazs participated in a discussion on French radio on the rise of populism in Europe. Professor Balazs's contribution begins at approximately 10:00.
CEU alumna Tsering Yangzom discusses her journey as a refugee and her joy at finding her permanent home in Canada in this Toronto Star piece.
CEU Professor Andrea Peto is featured in the Ukrainian publication "Histor!ans." In the interview she addresses a variety of topics from memory studies to feminist fiction.
CEU Business School Dean Mel Horwitch, in the first of a series of Budapest Business Journal columns that will feature CEU Business School experts, writes about boosting emerging and re-emerging markets in places like Central Europe. He also writes about what business schools can do to remain on the cutting edge.
CEU Professor Andreas Goldthau and collaborator Benjamin Sovacool, professor of energy policy, University of Sussex, write in The Conversation about the "soft" oil market and its dim future.
CEU Professor Maciej Kisilowski and Yale Professor Bruce Ackerman propose in Foreign Policy that Obama could be key in reversing the democratic backslide in Poland by refusing to attend the NATO summit set to take place there later this year.
Director of the European Media project at CEU's Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS) Amy Brouillette is quoted in this Financial Times piece on how analysts see the media legislation overhaul in Poland as inspired by major changes in the Hungarian media landscape under Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
CEU alum and Nationalism Studies Visiting Professor Florian Bieber writes in the LSE blog about upcoming elections in Serbia and other Balkan countries, sayng they are likely to strengthen semi-authoritarian rule rather than bolster democracy or offer reforms.