In the perspective of 2019’s elections, Viktor Orbán has set a clear doctrine for neo-nationalists who wants to reform Europe from the inside instead of fracturing its doors. This vision is often described in opposition with a ‘liberal’ one. How is this dichotomy articulated ? What are the theoretical foundations of Orbán’s doctrine and its implications for the future of Europe ?
Come debate with us in St John’s College (Larkin Room in Tom White Quad) on Wednesday 23 January. FREE refreshments will be provided.
The one-hour session will be followed by an informal discussion in the college’s bar, next door.
No debate experience or political background is necessary, we encourage walk-ins and we value diversity of perspectives and opinions.