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, 03 nov, 2016

Hajnalka Vincze is an independent foreign and defense policy analyst. She is a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia, on European, transatlantic and French politics and policies. She worked previously, until 2004, as lead researcher on NATO and EU security issues at the Hungarian Defence Ministry’s Strategic and Defence Studies Institute. Her writings are published across Europe and in the U.S., she has provided expertise to both the UK Parliament and the French National Assembly. She is invited speaker at conferences and seminars, she lectures at universities and participates in television and radio debates. She is a regular author at the French review Défense & Stratégie on armaments and defence policy issues, as well as at The Federalist on the strategic aspects of European integration. She is the co-founder of the French think-tank IVERIS, and contributes regularly to the French defence website Theatrum Belli.

, 03 nov, 2016

, 03 nov, 2016

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Radio interview the day after the French presidential election

Radio interview about political-military developments in Europe

On the privatisation of military activities

On information wars

A couple of thoughts, quoted in Boris...
On the US presidential election's possible impact on Europe

A few thoughts about the possible impact of the upcoming U.S. elections on transatlantic relations,...
Belgian Parliament nearly puts an end to the stationing of US nuclear bombs

EU Seat on the UNSC? A False Good Idea: Attractive but Counterproductive

It would be desirable to see Europe “speaking with one voice”...

The French defense minister tries to convince the US on the idea of European autonomy

At the Atlantic Council in Washington, Florence Parly...

Macron against the US-bound diversion of European defense budgets

Emmanuel Macron has rocked a very sensitive boat. For decades,...

On Syria and Trump, President Macron in the illusion of influence

A couple of seconds within a two-and-a-half hour television...

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