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Two lectures on international relations to be held at the Hungarian Cultural office in Cairo

The lectures will tackle the the relevance of the Cold War for the Arab World and the topic of the Islamic State group in Somalia

Ahram Online , Wednesday 7 Mar 2018
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The Hungarian Cultural office in Cairo will host two international relations lectures on Thursday, 8 March at 6:00 pm.

The first is lecture is titled The Cold War in the Gulf - What Relevance for the Arab World?, presented by Dr. Erzsébet N. Rózsa, Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy at the National University of Public Service.

The second lecture, The Battle of Ideas on the Horn of Africa: al-Shabaab vs. the Islamic State in Somalia, will be presented by Dr. Viktor Marsai, Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy at the National University of Public Service's Faculty of International and European Studies.

The lectures will be held in English at the office of the Hungarian Cultural Counsellor, Balassi Institute, located at 13 Gawad Hosni Street, 2nd floor, in downtown Cairo.

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