Anikó Magasházi: The Singapore Syndrome: Lessons for Central Europe

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Dancing with the Uncertainty - Trials and Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe, 1989 to COVID-19

29th June – 3rd July 2020
Kőszeg, Hungary
Organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg (iASK) and the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES), in cooperation with the University of Pannonia, Erasmus+ Program, and the UNESCO Chair of Kőszeg
ISU 2020 is special this year for two reasons: it is the 25th anniversary of our summer universities in Kőszeg, and with the COVID-19 situation it will be our first online ISU.
Our goal is to review the last three decades and the present, and answers to the question: where are we heading?


Europe and Central Europe
• Paradoxes of Central Europe 30 Years After: Illusions and Realities of Integration
• Alternatives as seen from Southeastern Europe
• Economic Crisis and Resilience in East Central Europe
• The Singapore Syndrome: Lessons for Central Europe
• Russia and Central Europe
• KRAFT: Introducing the Creative Cities and Sustainable Regional Cooperative Strategy
• Security and Defence Cooperation in Central Europe

Systems in Distress: The Future of Europe after Covid-19

• Learning from the Pandemics of Communism, Fascism, and Neo-liberalism
• Pandemics and the Future
• Risk Perception and Cultural Rationality
• In Praise of Democracy: The Role of Diplomacy and the UN: Are International Organizations Adapting to Global Change?
• The Future University
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