Dóra Hegedüs retro

Dóra was born in Budapest, but her family originates from two tiny villages in North-East Hungary, that she equally calls home. She resided in London between 2012 - 2019, where she attained her BA diploma in International Relations (Queen Mary University), and MSc degree in Global Europe: Culture and Conflict (London School of Economics). She worked two years in diplomacy between her undergrad and postgrad years; and as Events Manager at LSE IDEAS, the foreign policy think tank of the LSE, following her MSc studies. Dora is currently a PhD candidate with scholarship at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome, researching the impact of illiberalism, and the reinvigorated V4 on EU policies.

The worth of social capital: Reflections on 2020

Normally, E&M contributor Dóra Hegedüs writes about current events. But there are few things ...

Re-imagined Communities: Treaty of Trianon at 100

Our author, Dóra Hegedüs discusses what she feels is a sensitive and controversial topic for ...

Whatever happened to Christian Democracy: Analysing Weber’s Wunderplan of suspending Fidesz

Following the critical decision last month which determined the suspension of Fidesz from the ...

America, the Accidental Good Cop? – Mike Pompeo’s Central European Roadshow. First stop: Hungary

Mike Pompeo,Trump’s Secretary of State visited Hungary. And to our author’s surprise, the meeting was ...