Leaving the periphery – Orban and the Zeitgeist

Festival-goers and politicians of the 29th Balvanyos Summer Open University and Student Camp (also known as Tusvanyos) listened to a very confident Viktor Orban on Saturday. Hungary’s prime minister has launched a counter-attack against his opponents and made it clear that he wants Hungary to be in the power center of the European Union. Continue reading “Leaving the periphery – Orban and the Zeitgeist”

16+1 is „not Santa Claus”

China is showing signs of being exhausted by the cooperation with its sixteen Central and Eastern European partners. As tension grows globally, Beijing is more concerned about the relations with the United States and the European Union, while CEE countries are still following a wrong approach in the cooperation. In this article, we try to find out what the Hungarian government can do with the situation.

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