Éva Eszter Szabó

Éva Eszter Szabó

ÉVA ESZTER SZABÓ, historian, Americanist and Latin Americanist, is assistant professor at the Department of American Studies, School of English and American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. Her courses and research have focused on inter-American relations, U.S. immigration history and immigration policies, and global migration issues in global politics. Her most significant work is entitled US Foreign and Immigration Policies in the Caribbean Basin (Savaria University Press, 2007). Her recent research targets the history and current developments of a growing US American diaspora, and border studies.

IN THE NAME OF DEMOCRACY – US COLD WAR POLICY IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE

After the Second World War, the power of the United States and its commitment to world politics took on unprecedented proportions. The foreign policy moves of the superpower came to be determined by Cold War considerations, and its foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere was no exception. From the Act

MIGRATION AS A TOOL OF US FOREIGN POLICY IN THE COLD WAR

In the history of global migration, it was during the Cold War period (1947–1991) that immigration policy – traditionally driven by domestic political interests – became increasingly influenced by, at times even kept hostage to the pressures of foreign policy. The Cold War immigration policies of the United States, the

THE BRIDGE CONNECTING SCIENCE, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL IMAGE

The name of E. Sylvester Vizi is a familiar one in science and public affairs in Hungary and abroad. A full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) and team leading researcher at its Institute of Experimental Medicine, Professor Vizi is an internationally renowned authority on neuroscience and one