What’s next for Poland?

A short interview with Dariusz Kalan, Analyst of International Affairs, Freelance Journalist.

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Netanyahu’s illiberal connection?

Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu just visited Hungary and had a summit with V4 countries and many observers suggested that he might feel quite comfortable among illiberal partners as current Hungarian and Polish governments are described. How would you see this, would you agree or not, and why? (you might also have heard about how Netanyahu basically supported Hungarian campaign against George Soros).

Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu at V4 summit in Budapest with Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán. Credit: http://www.kormany.hu

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RIP Árpád Göncz

Hungary’s ex-president Árpád Göncz passed away. What was his role in Hungarian history? Read few comments.

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Orban: Illegal migration clearly linked with terrorism. Experts: Wait a minute…

Illegal migration clearly linked with terror threat: Hungary PM Orban just said.  Following this statement could you please shortly comment on this? Do you see any real link between migration and terrorism or basically PM Orban statement has very little to do with reality? Read few comments.

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Dublin regulation and a new wave of immigration

Vice-chairman of Hungary’s Fidesz Lajos Kosa said that following the Dublin regulation countries like France, Germany, Switzerland could return 160,000-200,000 people to Hungary. I know it is hard to comment on the numbers and it is pretty clear that Mr. Kosa is using it for political goals, but in general, with the migration wave we are facing, would you say that also the pressure on the Dublin regulation system will be increased? Read few comments.

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Simicska vs Orban: A political war in Hungary?

Media magnate and former treasurer of Fidesz  Lajos Simicska vows to fight PM Viktor Orban’s rules.

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As Hungary’s PM Orban basically rejected liberal democracy, what is his vision?

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