International relations: EU, CEE and Transatlantic ties
Political Capital’s international analyses focus on the most important political and institutional questions in the European Union, along with the decisions made by nation states that affect future European integration.
In Central and Eastern Europe, we mainly focus on the Visegrád Group and the illiberal, anti-democratic tendencies that are increasingly prevalent in the region. We place great emphasis on Hungary’s international relations, especially on Hungary’s EU policies, and the country’s bilateral relations with Russia, the United States and Nato.
The planned free trade agreement between the EU and the US (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, TTIP) is in the spotlight of our research on transatlantic relations, including domestic and international public opinion on the issue.
For any enquiries about international relations, please contact our director, Krisztián Szabados.