The next episode of the Virtual Conference Sessions of The Vice-Consulate of Hungary will focus on US, Texan relations with Central Eastern Europe and Hungary. This time we step beyond trade and business issues, instead we will analyse what surrounds it. The immense volume of trade and investments between our regions should grant fertile grounds for a wider cooperation to exploit. In a world challenged by many factors such as coronavirus pandemic, economic crisis, US elections, evolving EU, future of transatlantic relations, energy crisis, NATO, China, international trade, globalization, sustainable growth, migration, climate, cyber security, our experts will be talking about prospects of cooperation in medium and long term between Hungary and Texas.
Molly O’Neal, Lecturer, Undergraduate Honors Program, at The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Gergely Varga, Senior Research Fellow, Program Director, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Gabriela Marin Thornton, Instructional Associate Professor, Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, President of the Texas A&M Women’s Faculty Network
Dr. Péter Stepper, Senior Researcher at the Antall József Knowledge Centre, executive director of the Corvinus Society for Foreign Affairs and Culture