I’m expecting several more scientific articles to get published in a couple a months:
- created a report fot the European Parliament on child abduction in Hungary, with special regard to private international law rules and the application of the 1980 Hague Convention – the report will be published on the website of the Parliament
- an article on the myths of consumer protecion in the EU in Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law
- another article on the change of Hungary’s attitude towards the European Union (will be published in a book on Eastern-European states by Brill in Boston).
Furthermore, right now I am working on a piece on the commercial law relationship between the Hungarian illiberal state and the free European market.
You can reach the article here or by clicking on the image above.
Hungary is obviously moving towards autocracy. But we have to ask ourselves two questions. Would it be useful for the EU to introduce measures against a country with democratic problems? Secondly, is Europe in the moral, political and economic state to be able to act? Both questions require thorough deliberation.
The article can be reached here, or by clicking on the images below.
A Hungarian language version of the article was created by Budapest Beacon (Mikor az európai morális vákum talűlkozik a magyar önkényuralmi rendszerrel), which can be reached here or by clicking below.
The conference was organized by the Hungarian Immigration Office. My slides can be reached here (in Hungarian) / Az állampolgárság a nemzetközi magánjogban címmel a BÁH-ban tartott előadásom diái itt elérhetőek.