Central Europe’s populist revolt against the EU isn’t about safeguarding the West. It’s about rolling back freedoms and cozying up to Russia.
Western democracies that were once reliable defenders of human rights have been consumed by a nativist backlash, leaving an open field for dictators and demagogues.
Orban and Trump were expected to reset U.S.-Hungarian relations. A year later, the two countries are still at odds. What went wrong?
After months of attacks on civil society, the mood is gloomy.
A contentious overhaul of the country’s judiciary could see Brussels invoke the “nuclear option.”
In a closed-door meeting, the Israeli prime minister talked tough on Syria — and even tougher on the EU.
For the first time in history, EU ministers had to discuss whether rule of law still prevails in a member state.
As the European Parliament debates Orban to his face.
Central European University may be saved from Hungary’s illiberal government by —the country’s far-right party?
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The uproar over Hungary’s bid to close a university tests one of Europe’s foremost transnational parties.