Hungarian Conservative

Dávid Nagy

Dávid Nagy

David Nagy is a political analyst and security and defence policy expert. He studied at the National University of Public Service in Budapest and at the University of Haifa. After he graduated in International Security and Defence Policy, he started to work at the Danube Institute as a research fellow. He currently works as a senior analyst at EuroAtlantic Consulting & Investment Plc. His main research fields include geopolitics and security policy in Central Europe and in the Middle East, with a special focus on Israel.
Lt General Gábor Böröndi is the ‘right man in the right place at the right time’ to lead the Hungarian Defence Forces from the combat level to the operational level,
In February 2023, the Defence Innovation Research Institute (VIKI) was established, with the aim of identifying and supporting the development of dual-use technologies, that is technologies that can be used
Bucharest would also deepen its defence cooperation with Washington, and not exclusively through arms purchases. Meanwhile, Romania and Poland, the two largest countries in the Central and Eastern European region,
‘We cannot look at the European Union as those who must be listened to and must always have the best solutions in a suitcase to Bucharest or Warsaw,’ Polish PM
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An Israeli expert, who requested anonymity, told Hungarian Conservative that there is no doubt foreign NGOs involved in the protests are funded not only by private individuals but by European
While Europe desperately needs new partners to wean itself off Russian gas, by becoming an energy exporter, Israel could reduce its isolation and thaw its icy relations with the EU—something
The Prime Minister said that the rebuilding of Russian-European economic relations after the war would be desirable, but it is unlikely to happen any time soon.
The step would make Hungary the first EU country to move its embassy to Jerusalem, which may set a precedent and other EU countries could follow suit, in the face
‘We did not set the speech up some kind of head-to-head. This is not a rhetorical contest with anyone else,’ underlined US national security adviser Jake Sullivan, stating that Biden’s