What makes Orbán and Kaczynski successful? Populist attitudes in Hungary and Poland
Political Capital’s conference
Date: April 20, 2018
Venue: Arcadia Hotel (Budapest, Madách Imre út 3, 1075)
Language: English and Hungarian (with continuous interpretation)
14.00-14.15 Opening remarks – Rodger Potocki, senior director, Europe Program, National Endowment for Democracy
14.15-14.30 Populist attitudes in Hungary and Poland
Péter Krekó, director, Political Capital
14.30-16.00 Populism in Western and Eastern Europe – is there a Zeitgeist?
Zsolt Boda, research chair, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Political Science
Judy Dempsey, non-resident senior fellow, Carnegie Europe and editor in chief, Strategic Europe
Gerald Frost, independent journalist
Jacek Kucharczyk, president, Institute of Public Affairs
Moderator: Veszna Wessenauer, Political Capital
16:00 – 16.30 Reception
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