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        Conflicting interpretations of the Chemnitz riots

        Saturday, September 1st, 2018

        A pro-government columnist sees the clashes in eastern Germany as proof of the failure of the open doors immigration policy followed by the German government, while his left-wing colleague thinks Mrs Merkel and her government are the only rampart against right-wing extremism. READ MORE

        Macron accepts Orbán’s challenge

        Friday, August 31st, 2018

        As President Emmanuel Macron of France accepts Mr Orbán’s identification of him as his main adversary in Europe, a pro-government analyst explains that the two leaders are in fact the leading personalities of two opposing camps in Europe. READ MORE

        The football World Cup as an immigration test

        Thursday, July 19th, 2018

        Commentators on both sides of the political divide excoriate their rivals for using the most popular sporting event of the year to underpin their own stance on migration. READ MORE

        The V4-+ Austria summit in Budapest

        Saturday, June 23rd, 2018

        A left-wing analyst thinks PM Orbán has made significant headway in his efforts to counter the mainstream EU leaders in their policies on migration. The leaders of the Visegrád-4 countries met Chancellor Kurz of Austria in Budapest on Thursday and urged the EU to focus on the protection of its external borders rather than on migrant relocation. READ MORE

        The ‘Stop Soros’ bill as an episode in a clash with liberal elites

        Monday, June 4th, 2018

        As Parliament begins to discuss the bill on stricter rules aimed at preventing illegal immigration, commentators place the planned legislation in the context of the government’s feud with the international liberal mainstream. READ MORE

        The ’Stop Soros’ bill in Parliament

        Thursday, May 31st, 2018

        As the government tables its bill against organisations whose activists stand accused of promoting illegal immigration, commentators suggest that the harshest previsions aired earlier this year are missing from the bill. READ MORE

        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

        Right-wing interpretations of the divisions within the EU

        Monday, January 8th, 2018

        One pro-government analyst criticises the European Commission and leading European officials for trying to impose majority opinions on Hungary and its partners, while another believes a war is underway between the supporters of multiculturalism and those of the nation state. READ MORE

        National consultation on the ’Soros plan’

        Monday, October 9th, 2017

        Pundits express sharply contrasting views on the government’s ‘national consultation’ on migration. One side sees it as a propaganda project based on lies, while the other considers the campaign an expression of self-defence against pressure from global elites. READ MORE

        Right-wing takes on the London attacks

        Saturday, March 25th, 2017

        Two pro-government columnists link terrorist attacks to immigration and multiculturalist ideology. READ MORE