Jobbik in EU A call to the president of the European Council, the president of European Commission and the presidency of the Council
We, the forces of the Hungarian democratic opposition, considering the severity of the situation resulting from the destructive politics of the Hungarian government, find it necessary to declare to al
Jobbik in EU Will there be peace in Nagorno Karabakh at last? – The Weekly 29
After Azerbaijan’s military victory and the Russian-brokered truce signed this week, it seems that peace might finally arrive in Nagorno Karabakh after thirty years.
Jobbik in EU Terrorist attacks and the future of Europe – The Weekly 28
Beside the American presidential election, the latest news stories have unfortunately been dominated by the reports on terrorism, more specifically, the attacks in France and Austria.
Jobbik in EU Terrorist attacks and the future of Europe – The Weekly 28
Beside the American presidential election, the latest news stories have unfortunately been dominated by the reports on terrorism, more specifically, the attacks in France and Austria.
Jobbik in EU US Elections: Washington’s global role is at stake – The Weekly 27
In just a few days, US citizens decide who will lead their country in the next four years.
Jobbik in EU The message of 1956 is still valid – The Weekly 26
The history of the Hungarian nation has no shortage of revolutions and freedom fights.
Jobbik in EU The cooperation of Hungarian opposition parties passed the test – The Weekly 25
Due to the tragic death of an MP, Hungary’s Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County had to hold a by-election in one of its constituencies.
Jobbik in Hungary Viktor Orbán once again incites anti-Semitism by attacking Mr András Heisler, the President of the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities
Jobbik's press release which has been denied from publishing by the public funded Hungarian News Agency
Jobbik in EU Cyprus is the key to the Greece-Turkey conflict: The Weekly 21
Already faced with countless serious foreign policy challenges, the European Union could really do without another Greece-Turkey conflict that may potentially escalate into an armed clash in the Easte
In the EP Hungary’s sealed borders – The Weekly 20
The Hungarian government’s announcement to seal the country’s borders as of 1 September on account of the coronavirus pandemic is deeply concerning for several reasons.

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