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        PM Orbán accused of planning Hunxit

        Thursday, December 19th, 2019

        A left-wing pundit suggests that the Prime Minister intends to follow Britain’s example and withdraw from the European Union. READ MORE

        PM Orbán calls for a strong Central Europe

        Monday, November 19th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist agrees with the Prime Minister’s strategy to strengthen Central European regional cooperation. A left-wing commentator thinks Viktor Orbán’s hopes for Central Europe are just pie in the sky. READ MORE

        Mixed Romanian Reaction to PM Orbán’s speech

        Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

        A pro-government columnist suggests that Mr Orbán’s proposals on closer Central-European cooperation have been favourably met by Romanian governing circles. READ MORE

        Central Europe as the flagship of freedom and democracy?

        Monday, January 29th, 2018

        While discussing the fate of western and central Europe, two conservative historians disagree on whether Central Europe can outride the West and become ‘a beacon of freedom and progress.’ READ MORE

        First reaction to the Barcelona terror attacks

        Saturday, August 19th, 2017

        In an early comment on the Barcelona attacks, the editor-in-chief of the leading pro-government daily thinks that Central and Eastern Europeans are fully justified in opposing migrant quotas and illegal migration. READ MORE

        Central European EU-realism

        Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

        A conservative analyst contends that a new model of ‘Europeanism’ is emerging in Central Europe. Central Europeans are realizing that EU integration is only possible at a slower pace. READ MORE

        Prospects of Central European regional partnership

        Friday, July 4th, 2014

        As Hungary passes the rotating presidency of the Visegrád 4 cooperation scheme to Slovakia, a conservative columnist finds it disappointing that the V4 group has mostly failed to create a close Central European regional partnership. Another right-wing pundit and his left-wing counterpart, however, believe that the Orbán government is doing its best to improve its ties with neighbouring states, although it does not always succeed. READ MORE