Many things have gone through a fundamental change over the past centuries but Europe’s economic and cultural weight, apart from a few downturns, has never been questioned in the world. In spite of that, our continent has never been able to become a united dominant political force.
Next to the ongoing pandemic and the many other crisis areas of the world, the international political discourse seems to have been less focused on Palestine lately. The reason is perhaps that the world has gotten tired of the decades-long and never-ending Palestinian issue which, though still unsolved, has not escalated much further.
Nowadays we rarely reflect on what an enormous challenge the European Union took on with the eastern enlargement project in the 2000s. Unfortunately, most of the countries admitted in that decade rather added to the existing problems.
One of the most interesting questions of the past weeks is how much the Viktor Orbán-led Hungarian governing party Fidesz’ expulsion from the European People’s Party will stir up the still waters of European party groups. Now that Orbán’s European ambitions have finally gone up in smoke as he is removed from the EPP,

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Dear Friends,

Allow me to proudly present our website where you can read the latest information on the activities of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary. Three decades have passed since Hungary stepped on the path of European integration. Back then we were dreaming about becoming a member of a successful community resting on solid foundations. However, our continent is now nearly torn apart by conflicting interests. Today’s European Union is characterized by crises while Hungary echoes with the ideological disputes of the past. What we aim for Europe is to once again become a fair continent that shows solidarity and respects its Christian values the way it was envisioned by the founding fathers of European integration. As for Hungary, we want it to become a free, democratic and competitive country, just as we wished for at the time when Communism collapsed. Come with us!

Best regards,

Márton Gyöngyösi

News

Jobbik in EU Where is Europe’s place in the world? – Thoughts after the EU’s diplomatic fiascos – The Weekly 51
Many things have gone through a fundamental change over the past centuries but Europe’s economic and cultural weight, ap
Jobbik in EU Palestine before the elections – The Weekly 50
Next to the ongoing pandemic and the many other crisis areas of the world, the international political discourse seems t
In the EP Europe’s gravediggers – Illiberal network from Budapest to Skopje – The Weekly 49
Nowadays we rarely reflect on what an enormous challenge the European Union took on with the eastern enlargement project
Jobbik in EU Orbán’s attempts to find his place on the European far right – The Weekly 48
One of the most interesting questions of the past weeks is how much the Viktor Orbán-led Hungarian governing party Fides

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