On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of the last Austrian Emperor and Hungarian King, Andreas Gottsmann, Director of the Austrian Historical Institute in Rome, and Gergely Fejérdy, Deputy Scientific Director at the Otto von Habsburg Foundation, answered questions from Leonidio Paulo Ferreira, a renowned Portuguese journalist.
The twenty-year period during which Otto von Habsburg was a Member of the European Parliament, starting in 1979, was an important stage in his political career. During a visit to the Historical Archives of the European Union, we had the opportunity to look at the collection and discuss possibilities for inter-institutional cooperation.
The Otto von Habsburg Foundation and the Institute for Strategic Studies of the National University of Public Service are organizing a conference on the occasion of the Hungarian Visegrad Presidency, entitled Common Interests, Common Values? – Germany and the Visegrad Four in a time of new challenges.