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    Lot of Money,
    but to Little Effect

    Orbán’s policy exploits Hungarian minorities abroad to cement its power at home. His calculation is clear: The votes of the foreign Hungarians could secure the constitutional majority of his…

  • Young Hungarians: A Nascent Political Generation

    In the last decade, young people in Hungary have turned away from traditional political parties and, as it seemed for a long time, also from politics itself. However, now they launched their own…