Category Archives: Eastern-Europe

Is Hungary a Prejudiced Society?

Surprising if not incredible findings were the result of a survey probing into the racist feelings harbored by Hungarian youth in 2010. 1000 teenagers, between the ages 12-19, were asked to fill out a questionnaire designed to measure their propensity … Continue reading

Posted in Eastern-Europe, Hungarian far-right, Hungarian Roma, Hungarian youth, neo-nazis in Hungary, prejudices, racism | Tagged , , , , | 8 Comments

A Case where Fair and Balanced Will Do Us No Good: The Civil Guards Movement in Hungary

It should be a well-known fact to those who are trying to catch up on the recent de-democratization of Hungary that the country has recently enacted a media law which instructs Hungarian journalists to remain “fair and balanced” in their … Continue reading

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Hogy volt? – Obama’s Visit to Warsaw

This weekend, President Barack Obama participated in a summit of Eastern-European leaders in Warsaw, Poland, before he arrived back in the US to visit tornado devastation in his own country. The road that led to Warsaw, however, is much more … Continue reading

Posted in Barack Obama, Eastern-Europe, EU presidency, Hungarian, Hungary, Lithuania, Pál Schmitt, Poland, Politics, US diplomacy, Viktor Orbán | 3 Comments

On the Idea of Self-Imposed Isolation in the Age of Globalization

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