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István Kiss

ISTVÁN KISS is a political scientist and an international relations expert. He is currently the Executive Director of the Budapest-based think tank, Danube Institute. He has earned his Bachelor and Masters degrees at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University and at the University of Edinburgh. Currently he is working on his PhD at his alma mater. From 2013 to 2018 he worked at the Századvég Foundation first as a Research Fellow then as a Senior Research Fellow. Before joining the Danube Institute, he worked as a Political Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Office of Hungary. His main areas of interest are Great Britain and the Commonwealth Countries.


13 July 2020
"The WHO was also sending mixed messages to its members. While they recommended to China exit screenings at their international airports, it advised against the entry screening of people coming from China in other countries, despite admitting that the majority of the cases were actually detected through entry screening. This was the same with temperature checks which they recommended for people leaving China but not for entry screenings. Lastly, while the WHO was reasoning against travel and trade restrictions, its chief epidemiologist, Bruce Aylward was praising China for its successful lockdowns."
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