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        NATO Secretary General backs Hungary’s demands in Kyiv

        Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

        A pro-government commentator welcomes the pressure the Secretary General of NATO put on President Zelensky in Kyiv for national minorities to have the right to be taught at school in their mother tongues. READ MORE

        Hungarian government accused of supporting Turkish incursion in Syria

        Friday, October 18th, 2019

        A neoconservative pundit lambasts Hungary for not objecting to the Turkish invasion of Kurdish territories in Syria. A conservative commentator takes up the government’s defence. READ MORE

        Army modernization deemed necessary

        Wednesday, March 6th, 2019

        A liberal and a conservative pundit agree that the government’s plan to improve Hungary’s defence capability is necessary and reasonable. It serves the security of the country and also strengthens NATO. READ MORE

        Hungary beefs up its defence capability

        Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

        A pro-government analyst thinks that Europe is unlikely to set up its own independent defence force any time soon, which make it reasonable for Hungary to upgrade its own army. READ MORE

        Mike Pompeo’s visit to Budapest

        Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

        The left-wing nationwide daily reports that Hungary has soothed Washington’s concerns over Russian and Chinese ‘penetration’ with promises to boost economic and military cooperation with the United States. READ MORE

        Tension between Hungary and Ukraine

        Monday, October 15th, 2018

        Pro-government sites claim that extreme right-wing Ukrainian organisations which publish the addresses of ethnic Hungarians denouncing them as traitors are being supported by the government in Kiev. A liberal weekly accuses the Hungarian government of playing into Moscow’s hands with its attitude towards Ukraine. READ MORE

        NATO summit in Brussels

        Friday, July 13th, 2018

        Two conservative columnists call on Europe to strengthen its geopolitical independence. A former US State Department advisor fears that President Trump will weaken NATO.  READ MORE

        Hungary blocks Ukraine’s NATO integration

        Friday, December 8th, 2017

        Magyar Nemzet agrees with the government’s assessment that the recently adopted Ukrainian education act severely curbs education in minority languages, but finds it misplaced for Hungary to be a lonely protester against embattled Ukraine. READ MORE

        The implications of Turkish-Russian rapprochement

        Thursday, August 11th, 2016

        Commentators disagree on whether Turkish-Russian diplomatic rapprochement is to be judged as a worrisome development by Europe. READ MORE

        Russia’s role on the agenda of the NATO summit

        Saturday, July 9th, 2016

        A conservative columnist calls on NATO to stop provoking Russia. A left-wing commentator thinks that President Putin wants to restore his power through the military. READ MORE