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        Dispute over Charlottesville violence

        Monday, August 21st, 2017

        Right-wing, libertarian and left-wing commentators interpret the Charlottesville events in the light of Hungarian politics. READ MORE

        New far-right groups registered

        Thursday, July 13th, 2017

        A conservative and a pro-government commentator agree that the birth of two racist far-right groups is a consequence of Jobbik’s shift towards the centre. READ MORE

        A conservative take on Jobbik’s moderate stance

        Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

        Commenting on the re-election of Gábor Vona as party leader, a Hungarian-American investor in the leading pro-government daily dismisses Jobbik’s shift to the centre as ‘a mere stunt’ intended to deceive moderate voters.
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        Vona re-elected as Jobbik leader

        Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

        Left-wing and centrist commentators think that Gábor Vona wants to increase his own power in order to shift the radical party to the centre and challenge Fidesz from there. READ MORE

        Austrian Chancellor Faymann resigns

        Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

        As Chancellor Faymann steps down, pundits across the Hungarian political spectrum ponder the implications of the first round of the Austrian Presidential Election. All agree that the main reason for Faymann’s failure is the migration crisis. READ MORE

        Vona to purge the Jobbik leadership of radicals

        Monday, April 25th, 2016

        As Jobbik leader Gábor Vona announces plans to get rid of Vice-Presidents associated with the exterme right wing of the party, commentators wonder what the implications of his move may be. READ MORE

        The lessons of the French municipal elections

        Wednesday, December 16th, 2015

        After centrist parties prevented the radical right wing from converting its first round lead into victory in France’s regional elections, commentators agree that the two traditional parties have no answers to the growing concerns of the French electorate. One even hints that they should learn from Hungary and Poland. READ MORE

        Chancellor Merkel and PM Orbán on the international front pages

        Monday, December 14th, 2015

        As Angela Merkel is named person of the year by Time magazine, and the Economist features PM Orbán alongside Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen, commentators ruminate on the growing rift between liberal elites and their opponents. READ MORE

        Le Pen at the gates 

        Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

        As the National Front advances in the first round of the French municipal elections, pundits across the political spectrum try to assess whether the appeal of radical parties in Europe is a transient phenomenon, or if it is likely to stay. READ MORE

        Left-wing takes on Vienna municipal elections

        Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

        In a comment on Sunday’s Vienna municipal elections, a left-wing columnist finds it reassuring that the far-right FPÖ (Freedom Party of Austria) could not capitalize on anti-immigrant rhetoric as much as many feared. READ MORE