Budapest metro
14 March 2018
Satan’s Hand in the Budapest Metro
The head of Budapest’s public transport system stood in the way of a Russian metro company’s business, with more than 200 million euros at stake. That didn't last long. From VSquare.
By Szabolcs Panyi
13 March 2018
Hungary Keeps Central European University on Ice

School says it has satisfied demands of a new law, but the government keeps toying with an institution it regards as a bastion of liberalism.

6 March 2018
Polish Extremists Suspected in Ukraine Arson

Ukrainian officials hint at Russian involvement in two attempts to burn down a building used by the Hungarian minority.

26 February 2018
Orban’s Party Loses Stronghold to Opposition Premium

Independent elected mayor in a town seen as staunchly loyal to the ruling Fidesz party.

21 February 2018
Hungary Backs Poland Against EU Premium

Although expected, the decision raises questions about how effective EU bodies are in upholding a commitment to common values.

14 February 2018
EU Grills Hungary over Misspent Funds Premium

Hungary-watchers have been saying for years that EU funds are being spent enriching Orban’s inner circle.

13 February 2018
All About the Money Premium
The weariness toward the EU and the turn to populism among Visegrad countries might be grounded in plausible economic arguments.
By Martin Ehl
1 February 2018
CEE Braces for Proposed EU Farm Subsidy Cuts Premium

Czech Republic says big farmers must be protected; Hungary and Poland mull bigger contributions to EU budget.

30 January 2018
Media Predators Premium

Those willing and able to emulate the most despicable enemies of a free press are a dime a dozen.

By Peter Gross
16 January 2018
Without Fanfare, Hungary Actually Takes In Refugees Premium

Country accepted 1,300 people last year in face of government’s official anti-Muslim and anti-migrant line.



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