Jobbik in the Europe
Nowadays we rarely reflect on what an enormous challenge the European Union took on with the eastern enlargement project in the 2000s.
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 E
We can safely say that one of former US President Barack Obama’s biggest foreign policy achievements was to hammer out the Iran nuclear deal.
The European Union is often and rightfully criticized for being unable to get close to its citizens. Furthermore, the values that our community identifies with often seem rather abstract.
Perhaps more clearly than ever, the current crisis has demonstrated how important it is for the European Union to become a community where the members show solidarity for each other.
We are writing to you as the president and the executive vice president of Jobbik, one of Hungary's leading opposition parties.
The debate on the Hungarian, Polish and Slovenian media situation was one of the most highly publicized items on the agenda of the European Parliament’s latest plenary meeting.
It was just five or six years ago that Viktor Orbán’s name was seriously considered in the list of politicians who could have a significant impact on Europe’s future.
Orbán left Europe’s largest party family today, but make no mistake, his ultimate goal is to leave not just the EPP but the European Union, too.
It is not a new idea to develop or institutionalize the alliance of neighbouring states that already established close economic relations, perhaps even have a lot of historical experiences and cultura