Türkiye Elections 2023
China-US trade war
Resignation of the President and “Two-years-old arm wrestling between Budapest and Brussels”
Interview with Hungarian journalist Ferenc Almassy, Editor-in-Chief of Visegrad Post.
Hungary and the European Union – 2: What prevails in Budapest is national interest
Hungary's "passive resistance" against US and EU, the 150.000 Hungarians in Ukraine, struggles against George Soros, Orban's committement to old school diplomacy and relations to Turkic States.
Six elections the entire world will be watching in 2022
Elections in South Korea, France, the United States, Libya, Hungary and Brazil may give shifts to global politics in 2022.
An echo of history, cinema and poetry: “Hungarians, where are you?”
Patriotism in Hungarian poetry and cinema
Hungary vs. the European Union: the battle for NGO transparency
Why Europe's "human rights defenders" are dissatisfied with Hungarian legislation on transparency of foreign funding
Erdogan in Hungary, Spanish elections, Moon Jae-In and Shinzo Abe
geopolitical events of week
Geopolitical triangle: Soros’ attacks on Turkey and Hungary
The opposition protests in Hungary are not related to Turkophobia – they are a result of internal political issues.
Operation in Syria, US and Saudi Arabia, elections in Tunisia, Poland and Hungary
Geopolitical events of week
The prospect of an Italian – Hungarian alliance outside a common voting block
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini will go to Budapest for the first time
The future of the European People’s Party – life after Fidesz
After the suspension of Fidesz’ membership, everyone is wondering what the future holds for the EPP
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