The Museum’s March program featured Ambassador Dr. Takács Szabolcs who gave an insightful and thoughtful presentation on U.S.-Hungarian diplomatic relations. 2021 marks the 100th year anniversary of U.S. -Hungarian diplomatic relations, and Ambassador Takács’s thorough review of the various issues that the two nations faced over the past 100 years demonstrated his understanding of the art of diplomacy. He also touched upon some of the areas that Hungarian and U.S. diplomacy will deal with in the future. You can view his presentation below.
April’s program featured Ágota Dorottya Demeter, Adviser in the European Parliament, and Secretary of the Intergroup for Traditional Minorities, National Communities and Languages. Her talk focused on the work of the Intergroup and also touched on what the purpose of the Minority Safepack Intiative is in representing minority concerns in the European Parliament. The audience was able to hear about and understand the intricacies involved in representing minorities within the EU. Her presentation can be seen below.