The victory of the laughing third
There are reasons to celebrate for the opposition, but they still need to do a lot to gain a sufficient number of votes for a majority in the National Assembly.
The era of unregulated social media has ended
Interview with Mark MacCarthy, adjunct professor at Georgetown University
Slower decisions but more diverse politics in Germany after the elections
Interview with András Hettyey
"The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy had common Foreign-, Defense- and Finance Ministries. It is frustrating that European integration is not there yet 150 years later."
"The precondition of a common EU foreign policy is that each European citizen could identify themselves with it."
“Huawei is such a large national security threat that is simply not offset by the low price of its 5G network”
"Any future war will have a cyber dimension"
Interview with NATO Parliamentary Assembly President Attila Mesterházy
Counter-propaganda does not work
Our interview with Dr. Ylja Yablokov about his upcoming book, entitled Fortress Russia – Conspiracy Theories in Post-Soviet Russia.
Cas Mudde: The era of big catch-all parties is over
He truly believes there is no other option to defeat Fidesz than for all other parties to work together, through strategic electoral behavior rather than through an electoral coalition. He also claims that as long as the EU leave criticism to words, Orbán is fine, but he wouldn’t survive sustained E
Thomas Melia: Democracy is in global recession
Viktor Orbán is following Vladimir Putin’s path by trying to dismantle the nascent democratc systems being built in their countries in the wake of the destruction caused by communism and he is trying to isolate Hungary from the community of free states - our interview with Thomas Melia, a former Dep