EU-Turkey Summit

There are mixed expectations and varying political positions before the Turkey-EU meeting and the EU summit dealing with the current migration crisis. While some member states seem to actively look for solutions, some use it for domestic political purposes. The Hungarian government is one of the latter - what possible results can they expect from the Brussels meetings? This was the topic of an interview of our new Research Fellow Tamás Lattmann for the Hungarian ATV.

You can find the interview here (4. 3. 2016).

Tamás Lattmann JD PhD is our new Research Fellow. His area of expertise is international law and among his areas of interest are for example international public law, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, modern international criminal fora, European public law, European Union institutions and law.