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Marcel Ferencz talks to Barta Boglárka

Best of the Best – The Design for the New Budapest Museum of Ethnogaphy

"The most important external reference point was the memorial to the 1956 Revolution, which for me is a sacred place. I felt that I had no right to cover it up; I couldn’t interrupt its connection with the heavens. So, it was clear that we wouldn’t build over it, but around it, in a way that complements this sacrosanct space."


Miklós Bakk

The Hundred-year-old Romanian Nationstate

"However, only a few Romanian historians have sought answers to the questions of Romanian nation-building based on theories of nationalism, i.e. using comparative analyses within a broader context. (Sorin Mitu and Lucian Boia are two examples of Romanian historians reflecting on and applying theories of nationalism.)"


Daniel J. Mahoney

Cardinal József Mindszenty: Remembering a Hungarian Patriot and Man of Heroic Christian Virtue

"Let us honour – and remember – Cardinal József Mindszenty for his fidelity to truth, faith and country during the age of ideology. The Church in its wisdom (and it is not yet bereft of wisdom) has deemed this great man worthy of veneration. Many of us – students of Mindszenty and totalitarianism alike – had come to that conclusion a very long time ago. May he soon be declared a saint."


András Hajdú

A New Chance for Central Europe – Results of the 2019 European Parliament Elections and Their Implications for the Visegrád Four

"The 2019 EP elections resulted in a strengthening of the main governing parties in all the Visegrád countries except Slovakia. The parties of the Czech, Hungarian and Polish prime ministers all came first with a clear lead. In the Visegrád countries, a marked right-wing dominance is observable, with the majority of elected MEPs coming from right-wing parties, and with a few exceptions joining the EP’s right-wing parliamentary groups."


John O’Sullivan

Europe Pauses for Reflection – Understanding the Results of the EU Elections

"Democracy is a slow and cautious beast that sometimes acts decisively to change direction, but more often moves hesitantly to test a new course, then pauses for reflection, and finally decides whether to continue or stay put. It could hardly be otherwise since democracy is, among other things, a way of counting the opinion of millions of voters who represent the interests and beliefs of different social, economic, and religious groups which are themselves in constant flux in relation to one another and in response to events in the 'real world'."


Orbán Viktor

Welcome Address At The Prime Ministerial Reception On The Day Of Independent Hungary - Budapest 19th June 2019

"In the Hungarian political calendar today is the day of national independence. It won this title by beating a strong field: there are many other outstanding days. This fact bears witness to the honour derived from Hungarians having repeatedly and bravely fought for their independence. But there is another side to this coin: a people who can choose from more than one date on which to celebrate their independence must have lost it at least that many times. And indeed, we Hungarians are quite good at regaining independence and sovereignty, but we are quite weak when it comes to retaining independence."


Hungarians Beyond the Borders

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