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Benedek Jávor

Benedek Jávor is a Hungarian Member of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament for Párbeszéd Magyarországért (Dialogue for Hungary), and was a founding member of the environmental NGO Védegylet (Protect the Future!).

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14.12.2016
Ο χρόνος τελειώνει: Γιατί ο εκδημοκρατισμός της Ευρώπης δεν μπορεί να καθυστερήσει.

Ανάμεσα στο Brexit, την άνοδο των ανελεύθερων δημοκρατιών και τις αυξανόμενα οξείες διαιρέσεις η ανάγκη αναπροσανατολισμού του Ευρωπαϊκού εγχειρήματος δεν υπήρξε ποτέ περισσότερο επιτακτική. Η Marta Tycner και ο Benedek Javor μοιράζονται τις απόψεις τους με το κοινό του GEJ, στο διεθνές συνέδριο με τίτλο «Το μέλλον της Ευρώπης - Η Ευρώπη του μέλλοντος», που διοργανώθηκε από κοινού από το ίδρυμα «Προοδευτική Ουγγαρία», τους Ευρωπαίους Πράσινους και το δίκτυο DiEM25.

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19.10.2016
Running Out of Time: Why Democratising Europe Cannot Wait

Between Brexit and the rise of illiberal democracies the pressure to reorient the European project has never been more intense.

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04.09.2015
UE-Rosja: Nowe Podejście do Relacji w Energetyce

Benedek Jávor is a Hungarian Member of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament for Párbeszéd Magyarországért (Dialogue for Hungary), and was a founding member of the environmental NGO Védegylet (Protect the Future!).

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04.09.2015
Reconsidering EU-Russia energy relations: a basis for a new balance

The aftermath of the Ukrainian crisis, the Russian military intervention and the undeclared war in eastern Ukraine.

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27.02.2015
Reconsidering EU-Russia energy relations – A basis for a new balance

The aftermath of the Ukrainian crisis, the Russian military intervention and the undeclared war in eastern Ukraine brought about a crucial change in the EU’s foreign affairs. The new understanding of a conflict-oriented and imperial rationality based attitude of the Russian leadership caused a substantial shift in the EU’s Russia-politics – and raises security questions not only at European level but also at the global scale.

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17.02.2015
Eladni egy országot

Február 17-én Magyarországon munkalátogatást tesz Vlagyimir Putyin orosz elnök. A magyar miniszterelnökkel folytatott megbeszélésen a hivatalos nyilatkozatok szerint kétoldalú politikai és gazdasági kapcsolatokról, energiabiztonsági ügyekről lesz szó. Mégis mire számíthatunk?

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17.02.2015
How to Sell a Country? Some Thoughts on Putin’s visit to Hungary

Viktor Orbán’s evolving relations with the oligarchs both in Hungary and the wider region are having serious effects on Hungary’s energy strategy. Now, Putin is in town for meetings that will no doubt result in a new contract for the supply of gas, a development which will be to the benefit of a minority and to the detriment of most of the population, and which could also lead to tensions arising with the EU.

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01.11.2014
Bringing Light: Social Aspects of the Energy Agenda

In order for green ideas on energy to resonate in the mainstream, questions need to be answered about how the transition will be financed, and how it will benefit those are already marginalised and struggling economically. A positive initiative targeting the Roma minority in Hungary shows one way in which this can be achieved.

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