Andras Simonyi

Andras Simonyi

András Simonyi is the managing director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC. He was the Hungarian ambassador to the United States between 2002 and 2007. He was succeeded by Ferenc Somogyi. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Andras Simonyi has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2003 Call-In as an Ambassador for the United States of Hungary. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2007 with an average of 451 views per program. Most appearances with Connie Doebele (2), Charles Gati (2). Most common tags: World War II, Hungary.

Appearances by Title:January 1, 2012 - Present Managing Director, Transatlantic Relations, Nitze (Paul H.) School of Advanced International Studies Videos: 1 January 1, 2012 - Present Transatlantic Relations Managing Director, Transatlantic Relations, Nitze (Paul H.) School of Advanced International Studies Videos: 1 c. January 1, 2002 - Present Ambassador, United States, Hungary Videos: 6

Recent Appearances

  • European Energy Reliance on Russia

    European Energy Reliance on Russia

    State Department officials and scholars testified at a hearing on Europe’s energy reliance on Russia. Other topics included…

  • U.S. and Europe NATO Capabilities Gap

    U.S. and Europe NATO Capabilities Gap

    Panelists talked about the challenges facing NATO in light of budget cuts by U.S. and several other member countries. Among…

  • <em>George Kennan: A Study of Character</em>

    George Kennan: A Study of Character

    John Lukacs talked about his biography, George Kennan: A Study of Character, published by Yale University Press. Lukacs recounted…

  • <em>Failed Illusions</em>

    Failed Illusions

    Professor Gati talked about his new book, Failed Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt, published…

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