Attila Marjan

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Hungarian economist, PhD in international relations. Based in Brussels for fourteen years as diplomat and member of EU commissioners’ cabinets. Two times visiting fellow of Wilson Center in Washington DC. University professor and author of books on EU affairs and geopolitics. Head of department, National University of Public Administration, Budapest.

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EU-China Cooperation – Assessment of Key Policy Areas

This paper has a general and also a sectoral angle to analyse EU-China relations. Apart from putting this relationship into a general historical and...

A Europe Created out of Necessity – Is Identity an Impossibility?

In principle identity can be established, reinforced, developed based on: force or grand political deeds like state building; common values, or shared history; tangible...

The new world order and China’s role in it

Thirty years ago China's share of world trade hovered below 1% but has increased more than tenfold since. Every year since the turn of...

Europe and China – Factors of Mutual Understanding

Geopolitics: enmity, rapprochement, concrete political or military decisions besides straightforward interests are often based on perceptions and influenced by the (lack of) understanding of...

American views on Europe’s geopolitical clout

What have American politicians had to say about Europe, its role, significance or insignificance and its relationship with America? Naturally, the USA has had...

Cycles that shape the world

Megatrends are shaping the world and of course geopolitics as well and we are most of the time unaware of this. Demography, migration, sustainability...

Popular views on the European Union

Getting European societies on board is a sine qua non condition for any major reform in the EU. It is also evident that major...

European identity – once again

Is there a European identity? No, there is no such thing. That would be a snappy answer, but it would not be completely true....

The way forward for the EU – Entice people, embrace change, engage the world

The aim of this paper is to contribute to academic and public debate on issues critical to the future of the European Union as...

What could China learn from Europe?

In the nineteenth century Europe's key cultural impact on China has probably been its influence in modernizing the Chinese state. In the 1870s and...

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Radicalised migration poses a threat to Central Asia?

It is generally believed that countries in Central Asia...

Space Resources 2024: In Search of the Grand Bargain

The United Nations sponsored two meetings of space resource...

The Hardliner and The High Stakes: Raisi’s Enigmatic End

The somber atmosphere was palpable as huge crowds gathered...

Afghanistan: The Fountainhead of Terrorism in the Region

Afghanistan, a nation characterized by rugged mountains and a...
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