Summary of the 2018 Hungarian National Parliamentary Election: The ‘rise’ of Illiberal Democracy

24 Apr 2018
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Hungary has witnessed a lurch to the far right of the political spectrum in recent years. Orbán’s ruling center right alliance of FIDESZ-KDNP made history by becoming the first party in Hungary...
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The European Union’s Handling of the Refugee Crisis: Implications for EU Asylum Policy

10 Apr 2018
Dr. James. F. Downes (Honorary Visiting Researcher, EAP) Ms. Venisa Wai (Research Assistant, Bachelor of Social Sciences (Government & Laws) HKU)   This briefing paper provides an update on European attitudes towards the European Union’s (EU) handling of the ongoing...
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New security challenge for Nordic countries (bilingual)

1 Sep 2016
Credit: The Finnish Defence Forces
By Iverson Ng Finland is negotiating a bilateral defence agreement with the US this autumn. Jussi Niinisto, Finland’s Defence Minister, said in a telephone interview that the framework agreement between the US and Finland would cover areas including military training,...
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