CEU Professor of Nationalism Studies Anton Pelinka is quoted in this Financial Times piece on the success of Austria's anti-immigrant party in presidential election polls.
In Karlsruhle Germany's ka-news, Erasmus student Lisa McMinn talks about her experience living in Budapest and studying at CEU.
CEU Professor Andrea Peto is featured in Estonia's Sirp magazine talking about recent changes in Hungarian education policy, nationalism in Eastern Europe and gender movements.
CEU Assistant Professor of Law and Public Management Maciej Kisilowski writes in Project Syndicate about a new restrictive abortion bill supported by Poland's majority PiS party, and how it relates to the overall democratic backsliding in the country.
CEU President and Rector and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor John Shattuck writes in the Boston Globe about the recent conviction of Radovan Karadzic for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide during the Bosnian War. Shattuck was the first international diplomat to reach Srebrenica after the mass murder of over 8,000 Muslims there in 1995.
CEU President and Rector John Shattuck and Center for Conflict Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) Director Robert Templer write in this op-ed for Project Syndicate that concrete plans for higher education for Syrian refugees are urgently needed and necessary for the eventual rebuilding of the nation scarred by war.
The German paper General Anzeiger features a piece on The Aleppo Project, housed at CEU's Center for Conflict Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR). The Aleppo Project aims to help rebuild the devastated Syrian city of Aleppo with the input of locals, marginalized groups and experts in architecture, history, cultural heritage and civil society.
The latest issue of German magazine Brand Eins features a profile of CEU - its history, its mission and its future. English translation attached.
CEU Business School Dean Mel Horwitch offers his views on management schools, career paths, CEU Business School today, and Budapest as a possible innovation and entrepreneurial hub in this interview with the xpatloop.com portal.