Europe’s slow awakening – The societal and political results of the recent crises
Summary of Political Capital's study
Hungarian Elections: Mobilisation at Home and Abroad
A project of Political Capital and the International Republican Institute
Hidden malign domestic and foreign “grey zone” media influence in the Czech, Hungarian and Serbian election campaigns
Jobbik’s voters were the most likely to be missing from the opposition coalition’s camp
An assessment of disinformation narratives in the Hungarian election campaign
A short guide to the Hungarian election system
A neutral description of the Hungarian election system and, specifically, how votes are converted into mandates
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 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”
The Hungarian government’s disinformation campaign during the 2019 municipal elections
During the October 2019 elections, the government-organised media launched a massive disinformation campaign against the opposition.
Lifting the veil of Fidesz’s invincibility
A summary of the joint study of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Political Capital on the consequences of the most recent elections in Hungary
Opposition breakthrough in the municipal election: there is politics beyond Orbán and Fidesz
The Hungarian municipal election has clearly brought a breakthrough for the opposition, as the performance of the joint opposition candidates exceeded all expectations. It was proven that, similarly to Turkey and Russia, the ruling party can be beaten even in the hybrid framework of the current poli
Electoral irregularities and inequalities in the municipal election campaign
The Orbán regime has abused its institutional and informal power advantage more than ever before during the electoral campaign for the municipal elections held on 13 October.
Investigating Russia’s role and the Kremlin’s interference in the 2019 EP elections
A study by Political Capital and its research partners
Five points on Manfred Weber’s visit to Budapest
Political Capital's flash analysis on the visit of the European People’s Party lead candidate to Budapest on 12 March
Fidesz most likely gained another two-thirds majority
Flash Report on the parliamentary elections
Information, availability on election day
Political Capital team’s availability on April 8 and important issues regarding the elections