A case study in Budapest’s most notorious district.
Where are the Hungarian workers?
When describing foreign workers’ conditions, the perspective of those left home is often ignored.
Many Of The Artists Have Left The Country
Statement According to a survey by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) in 2017, people gave the same answers to certain question as they …
Ágnes Heller: Orbán is a tyrant
From the time he became the prime minister of Hungary, Orban was always interested in concentrating all the power in his hands.
Hungary voted to ‘Stop Soros’ and outlawed help for asylum seekers
Hungary voted the bill that introduces a new category of crime: illicit assistance for immigration. Is helping asylum-seekers illegal now? Read the interview with Szilárd István Pap.
How progressives can win the immigration debate: Lessons from the Hungarian National Election
In the anti-immigrant narrative, immigration itself is not the key problem. Hungary is a good case in point.
Schrödinger’s election in Hungary
This Sunday, Hungarians will head to the polls. On the surface it seems obvious that Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party is going to win an outright majority. But something is happening under the surface.