It is our great pleasure to announce the publication of the first German-Hungarian Security Policy Dialogue volume, edited by the Institute for Strategic and Defense Studies and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Ungarn.
The volume aims to establish a platform for dialogue between German and Hungarian policy experts, while enhancing German–Hungarian security policy relations and fostering mutual understanding between the two sides.
Table of contents
Dr. Kai-Olaf Lang: German-Hungarian Relations: Summing Up the Last Three Decades, Looking to the Future
Dr. László Kiss J.: Historical Lessons of Hungarian-German Relation from the Regime Change to Present Day
Dr. Ronja Scheler: The Years of Living Tactically. Angela Merkel’s Foreign Policy Legacy.
Dr. András Hettyey: Assessing Angela Merkel’s Foreign Policy Legacy
Dr. Anna-Lena Kirch: German-Hungarian Cooperation in Foreign and Security Policy – a Rocky Boat in Stormy Waters
Gergely Prőhle: Getting Out of the Negative Spiral – The Future of Hungarian-German Relations
Torben Schütz: The Strategic Situation of the EU – A View from Berlin
Tamás Levente Molnár: Europe’s Strategic Void
Dr. Alex Etl – Dr. Tamás Csiki Varga: German–Hungarian Defence Policy Cooperation
We hope that this volume will be a first step of a longer cooperation not just between the Institute for Strategic and Defense Studies and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Ungarn, but also among a wider group of German and Hungarian security and defense policy experts, whose work is essential for enhancing our mutual understanding and building consensus between our countries.
The volume can be downloaded here.