Geza Jeszenszky

Geza Jeszenszky

Géza Jeszenszky is a Hungarian politician and associate professor, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and a former ambassador to the United States. He currently serves as ambassador of Hungary to Norway. Wikipedia*

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Geza Jeszenszky has seven videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Roundtable as a Professor for the History of the Karl Marx University. The year with the most videos was 2001 with two videos. Most appearances with Lorna Hahn (2), Davorin Kracun (2). Most common tags: Hungary, Democracy.

Appearances by Title:c. April 23, 2001 - Present Ambassador, United States, Hungary Videos: 3 c. September 25, 1989 - Present Professor, History, Karl Marx University Videos: 2

Previously

Foreign Minister, Hungary c. October 2, 1990 - c. April 8, 1999 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Democracy Around the World

    Democracy Around the World

    Ambassadors spoke about their country’s experience with transitions to full democracy. Among the issues they addressed were…

  • Hungary and Its Media

    Hungary and Its Media

    Participants talked about the role of the media in Hungary and life in Hungary following the Cold War. Following his remarks…

  • Smaller Democracies and Peace

    Smaller Democracies and Peace

    The ambassadors talked about their countries' relations with their neighbors and and their role in peace efforts. They discussed the…

  • Future of NATO with its Newest Members

    Future of NATO with its Newest Members

    The panelists talked about the future of NATO, its role in Europe, and the NATO military operation in Yugoslavia. They…

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