On October 12, Political Capital think tank organised a public presentation and a debate on the five scenarios. This is our photo-story

Hungarian launch of the report “Central European Futures. Five Scenarios for 2025” was opened by Péter Krekó, director, Political Capital who underlined how much future oriented debate is needed in Hungary. Then, Joerg Forbrig, senior transatlantic fellow, Central and Eastern Europe, GMF Berlin and Wojciech Przybylski, editor-in-chief of Visegrad Insight, chairman of Res Publica Foundation explained the nature and outcomes of the scenario building exercise. A lively discussion with the audience, including several ambassadors, diplomats, politicians and journalists lasted for over an hour and was chaired by Veszna Wessenauer, Political Capital.

Joerg Forbrig, Veszna Wessenauer
Wojciech Przybylski
Péter Krekó
Veszna Wessenauer

Central European Futures, Budapest, 12 October 2018 Venue: TRIP

 

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Over the past several years, it has become ever more apparent that the post-Cold War era of democratic reform, socio-economic development and Western integration in Central Europe is coming to an end. Five scenarios for 2025 map possible futures for the region and encourage a debate on the strategic directions.

Visegrad Insight is published by the Res Publica Foundation. This special edition has been prepared in cooperation with the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

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