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        Maccabi Games seen as a model for Hungarian identity building

        Friday, August 9th, 2019

        The leading pro-government daily lauds the European Maccabi Games organized in Budapest, and suggests that Hungary should also launch a similar global sports competition to strengthen Hungarian identity. READ MORE

        Hungarian government offers refuge to Venezuelan Hungarians

        Saturday, February 23rd, 2019

        A pro-government columnist welcomes the government’s decision to admit more than 300 Venezuelan individuals with Hungarian ancestry. A left-wing commentator agrees with the decision, but finds it peculiar that humanitarian help should be conditional on ethnic kinship. 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

        Dispute over diaspora voting

        Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

        A pro-government pundit finds the Democratic Coalition’s campaign against non-resident Hungarians nauseating. A liberal commentator contends that non-resident votes may help Fidesz to secure another two-thirds majority. READ MORE

        One million non-resident Hungarians naturalized

        Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

        A pro-government commentator writes that PM Orbán’s government has restored the unity of the Hungarian nation through making citizenship available for Hungarians living beyond the borders. READ MORE

        Hungarian repercussions of the Catalonia referendum

        Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

        A pro-government and an independent conservative pundit ponder the broader implications of the Catalonian referendum, including its impact on transborder Hungarian minorities. Both quote the title of George Orwell’s ‘Homage to Catalonia’ in their headlines. READ MORE

        A left-wing take on transborder voting

        Monday, August 14th, 2017

        As the government starts mobilizing Hungarian voters in neighboring countries ahead of next year’s general election, a left-wing columnist urges the Left to start a new chapter in transborder politics and reach out to non-resident voters. READ MORE

        Far-right irredentism harms Szekler autonomy

        Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

        A conservative columnist suggests that radical right-wing irredentist Hungarians who want to restore Greater Hungary are undermining pro-autonomy movements in Transylvania. READ MORE

        Ukraine in the cross-hairs

        Thursday, February 27th, 2014

        Pundits across the political spectrum ponder the fate and future of crisis ridden Ukraine. Left-wing and moderate conservative analysts hope that the EU will help the country down the democratic path, but warn that Russia may try to prevent Ukraine’s European integration. A right-wing daily, on the other hand, cautions against optimism and fears the plundering of Ukraine by Western investors. A centrist blogger proposes federalization as an alternative to break-up. READ MORE

        Left fears election fraud

        Monday, August 5th, 2013

        Left-wing commentators fear that the rules of non-resident external voting will encourage fraud. They explore several scenarios of vote rigging and accuse the government of consciously leaving such loopholes in the legislation. READ MORE