16 Jun 2022 | 10:00 am - 1:00 pm (CEST)
Magvető Café, Budapest, Hungary
This conference aims to identify the new Euroscepticism in the Visegrad countries and offer a liberal framework to challenge it.
About the event
The aim of the conference is to identify the social roots and political context of the new Euroscepticism in the Visegrad countries and offer a liberal framework to challenge it. Why do pro-EU voters support Eurosceptic regimes? What are the political opportunities these regimes can exploit for their benefits? During the first section, we would like to invite international speakers from Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic to discuss the core of this new kind of Euroscepticism. We would like to highlight the consequences of the Russian disinformation campaign, and the Russian-Ukraine war.
Euroscepticism in the Russia-Ukraine war
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