On December 7, 2012, the Atlantic Council’s Program on Transatlantic Relations and Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center hosted former Hungarian Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai for an off-the-record lunch discussion on “Quo Vadis, Hungary?”

Mr. Bajnai offered his insights into Hungary’s current domestic challenges and the future of the country’s relationship with Europe and the United States. The conversation was moderated by Atlantic Council Executive Vice President Damon Wilson.

Gordon Bajnai was the prime minister of Hungary from 2009 to 2010. Following his tenure as prime minister, he founded the Patriotism and Progress Foundation, a non-partisan public policy think tank in Hungary. Recently, Mr. Bajnai formed the Egyutt 2014 coalition group, an opposition alliance to challenge current Prime Minister Victor Orban’s Fidesz party in the next elections.

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