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        Further lessons of the Greek crisis

        Monday, July 20th, 2015

        Opinions diverge sharply on who is at fault for Greece’s financial difficulties and whether the solution accepted by the parties is a step forward or backward. A right-wing author thinks Hungary managed to avoid being plunged into a comparable crisis thanks to the unorthodox policies pursued by the government after 2010. READ MORE

        The Greek bailout – a lesson for Hungary

        Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

        The leading left-wing daily warns that the harsh conditions imposed on Greece in exchange for a new European bailout scheme might deter new candidates including Hungary from joining the Eurozone. READ MORE

        The Greek events reflecting the crisis of European integration

        Monday, July 13th, 2015

        In their weekend analyses, written before Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras submitted his new proposals to the European Union, commentators discussed the possible outcomes of the negotiations and whether Europe’s response should be to move towards a federal state or looser integration.
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        A conservative takes Tsipras’s side

        Friday, July 10th, 2015

        A leading conservative pundit thinks the leftist Greek government (like the right-wing Hungarian one five years ago) is right when to reject further financial restrictions, which have only plunged the country deeper into debt. READ MORE

        The pro-government take on Greece

        Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

        A right-wing commentator compares the mood of the Greek public to the way Hungarians felt after 1995, in the aftermath of a stiff austerity package introduced by Lajos Bokros, then Socialist Finance Minister and now Conservative member of the European Parliament. READ MORE

        A left-wing take on the Greek crisis

        Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

        Népszabadság’s commentator describes the Greek crisis as a symptom of deteriorating future prospects in Europe. He warns that far right movements are likely to profit from Europe’s crisis.

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        Conflicting takes on Greece

        Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

        A liberal author warns that if Greece’s new anti-austerity leaders choose to keep their electoral promises, they will end up plunging their country into misery. A right-wing commentator agrees with a Marxist philosopher in believing that the victory of Syriza may bring renewal throughout Europe. READ MORE

        Hungary among the stakeholders in Greece

        Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

        As the rest of the  dailies went to print before the final results of the Greek elections were made public on Sunday evening, the leading left-wing newspaper is the only one to react to Syriza’s victory, which it describes as a ‘wakeup call’. READ MORE

        Rumours about structural reforms and spending cuts

        Saturday, September 27th, 2014

        Left-wing and liberal commentators accuse the government of planning brutal cuts as Minister of National Economy Varga announces plans to reduce the rate of government spending. A conservative blogger suggests that the rate can be reduced without major austerity measures, provided the economy keeps growing at its current rate. READ MORE

        Against austerity

        Thursday, May 30th, 2013

        A right-wing economist contends that Europe should follow the example of the BRIC countries and help the middle classes kick start economic growth. His left-wing counterpart defends the welfare state and warns against mindless austerity. READ MORE