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        Fukuyama in agreement with PM Orbán

        Saturday, May 19th, 2018

        A pro-government political analyst welcomes Francis Fukuyama’s recent statement, in which the American liberal political thinker called for an end to uncontrolled migration and the protection the EU’s borders – echoing the proposals of the Hungarian Prime Minister. READ MORE

        The ’Stop Soros’ project

        Saturday, January 20th, 2018

        Commentators are sharply divided on the package of bills to be introduced against organisations found guilty of ‘helping illegal immigration.’ READ MORE

        Police accused of abusing migrants

        Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

        A conservative author who doesn’t object in principle to Hungary’s policy of preventing illegal migrants from crossing its borders in their efforts to reach western Europe, warns however that the inhuman treatment of of those who cross the razor-wire fence is absolutely intolerable. READ MORE

        Migration and border patrolling in focus

        Friday, March 10th, 2017

        As Parliament decides to detain all asylum seekers while their claims are processed, two left-wing analysts accuse the government of violating basic human rights. A pro-government columnist, on the other hand, accuses the Left of levelling unfounded criticism against the government which, he believes, is defending the security and culture of Hungary and Europe. READ MORE

        PM Orbán announces new border fence

        Monday, August 29th, 2016

        The leading left-wing daily likens the Hungarian Prime Minister’s plan to erect a new fence on Hungary’s southern border, to the Israeli wall in the West Bank. Népszabadság wonders if Hungary would shoot at refugees if the new defence line does not stop them. READ MORE

        Diplomatic standoff at the Hungarian-Austrian border

        Friday, July 8th, 2016

        As first Austria then Hungary reintroduce temporary border checks, a left-wing commentator fears that unless mutual trust is restored, borders in Europe will soon appear again. READ MORE

        Ambassador Bell: Hungary has the right to secure its borders

        Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

        Conservative columnists weigh the broader implications of US Ambassador Colleen Bell’s statement that Hungary has the right to secure its borders. READ MORE

        First reactions to the Paris massacre

        Monday, November 16th, 2015

        Right-wing columnists believe that the Paris terrorist attacks struck a lethal blow to liberal, pro-migration ideology. Liberal and left-wing pundits, on the other hand, caution against fomenting anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant sentiments and accuse the Right of playing into the hands of terrorist organizations. READ MORE

        Europe turning away from Merkel’s migration vision

        Saturday, October 17th, 2015

        As the European summit offers Turkey aid in exchange for keeping migrants within its borders, commentators both on Left and Right think that German Chancellor Merkel took great risks by abandoning pragmatism in favour of her moral vision. They wonder if Merkel can prevail, or if she will be defeated by populist or pragmatic parties as the public becomes increasingly hostile to immigration. READ MORE

        Army to be deployed to defend the border

        Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

        As Parliament authorises the deployment of army units to police Hungary’s borders, left-wing newspapers suspect that the real aim of the government is to increase its own popularity by giving the impression of protecting the population against mass immigration. They also lambast the Socialist Party for not taking a clear stance. READ MORE