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Subject Index 2010-2014

18th July 2015


NAGY, Mihály: Lifting the Curse on the Sevso Treasure (November 2014, p. 108).
BÁN, Dávid: Uncommon Travellers – Grandeur and Ceremony at the Railway Station (September 2014, p. 111).
HILL, David A.: Cycles in the Life of Budapest Secession Buildings – A Plea (May 2011, p. 104).
HILL, David A.: The Peacocks of Budapest: Source and Style in Hungarian Art Nouveau Design (March 2014, p. 111).
PIGNICZKY, Réka – CSEJDY, Virág: Made in Shanghai. The Story of Hungarian Architect László Hudec (July 2012, p. 85).
ZALATNAY, István: Meditations on the 1956 Monument in Budapest (November 2011, p. 110).
BALÁZS, Attila: Socks on the Chandelier, Lives by a Thread (On Tibor Várady’s book by the same title, and a little about myself) (September 2014, p. 79).
BARDOLY, István: Recent Books in Hungarian (November 2010, p. 106).
BARDOLY, István: Recent Books in Hungarian (January 2011, p. 118).
BARDOLY, István: Recent Books in Hungarian (March 2011, p. 117).
BRINKLEY, Tony: “[W]hy the Back Broke” – One Woman in the War: Hungary 1944–1945, by Alaine Polcz, translated by Albert Tezla (November 2010, p. 95).
COOPER, Thomas: Books Re-Visited: Translating Zsuzsa Rakovszky and the Art of Storytelling (January 2011, p. 101).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Chroniclers of a Vanished World (May 2014, p. 40).
MISKOLCZY, Ambrus: Lucian Boia’s Traps of History – Romanian Intellectual Elites between 1930 and 1950 (July 2013, p. 66).
WESLING, Donald: Watershed Consciousness – The Danube: A Journey Upriver (July 2014, p. 87).
WESLING, Donald: On Companion Animals in Krasznahorkai (November 2014, p. 96).
DEME, László: Budapest Illuminated (March 2013, p. 112).
KŐVÁRI, Orsolya: Mr Drakula – On Béla Lugosi (May 2013, p. 95).
PIGNICZKY, Réka: And the Show Must Go On – The 43rd Hungarian Film Week from a documentary filmmaker’s point of view (March 2012, p. 112).
TÓTH, Klára: Hungarian Americans (November 2010, p. 80).
TÓTH, Klára: In the Maelstrom (March 2011, p. 74).
STUMPF, István: The Fundamental Law of Hungary (March 2014, p. 36).
ZUBIK, Marek: Polish Constitutionalism and the Constitutional Judiciary in Poland (November 2014, p. 46).
BRYANT, Julius: The Iparművészeti Múzeum and the Victoria and Albert Museum: Origins and Ambitions (September 2012, p. 109).
PLESSEN, Marie-Louise von: “Learning by Example” for European Integration – From South Kensington to Budapest (September 2012, p. 116).
SZEBENI, Zsuzsa: The Legend of the Palette of Miklós Bánffy (January 2012, p. 124).
SZEBENI, Zsuzsa: Bartók and Bánffy: Opposites and Complementaries (July 2012, p. 100).
BENNETT, James C. – LOTUS, Michael J.: A Rejoinder (March 2014, p. 88).
SCHÖPFLIN, George: Comments on Why Do We Differ? (March 2014, p. 86).
PARSONS, Nicholas T.: CC: Climate Change (July 2014, p. 76).
THORPE, Nick: Notes from the Red Planet – Hungary’s Worst Ever Chemical Disaster (November 2010, p. 30).
THORPE, Nick: By the Green Danube – Zoltán ILLÉS talks to Nick Thorpe about red sludge, green rivers and power generation (May 2011, p. 5).
THORPE, Nick: On Mud and Miracles – The First Anniversary of the Red Sludge Disaster (September 2011, p. 5).
THORPE, Nick: An Oasis on the Danube: Ada Kaleh (September 2011, p. 68).
THORPE, Nick: The Main Victim Is Nature – Slovak environmentalist Jaromír ŠÍBL, on the 20th anniversary of the diversion of the River Danube, and the opening of the Gabčikovo hydroelectric project, in conversation with Nick Thorpe (March 2012, p. 24).
THORPE, Nick: The Greening of the Danube – Restoring Oxbows in Austria and Germany (May 2012, p. 32).
THORPE, Nick: Journal of a Journey through the Danube–Drava National Park, June 2012 (July 2012, p. 32).
THORPE, Nick: Wasteful Hungary – and the Rediscovery of Recycling (November 2012, p. 19).
THORPE, Nick: The Endangered Danube – Balázs MEDGYESY, Government Commissioner for the European Union Danube Strategy, in interview with Nick Thorpe (January 2013, p. 18).
ÁRVA, László – SCHLETT, András: The State as Sentinel – Catch-Up Strategies in the Far East (March 2012, p. 64).
ÁRVA, László – SCHLETT, András: The State as Sentinel – Catch-Up Strategies in the Far East (Part II) (May 2012, p. 22).
BARCZA, György: Hungary: Revival of the Pannon Puma (November 2010, p. 23).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The Case of the New Government with International Finance – On Politics, Press and Passion (November 2010, p. 17).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The Central Bank and the Government – A Hungarian Variation on a Recurring Theme (March 2011, p. 14).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The European Debt Crisis – A View from Hungary (May 2011, p. 23).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The Unloved Hungarian Capitalism – More than just the proverbial Hungarian blues (July 2011, p. 24).
BOD, Péter Ákos: On Business–Government Relations: The Hungarian Case (September 2011, p. 11).
BOD, Péter Ákos: A Not Too Original Sin: Hungarian Indebtedness in Foreign Currency (November 2011, p. 5).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Non-Conventional Economic Policy Measures – Hungarian Style (January 2012, p. 16).
BOD, Péter Ákos: In Muddy Waters – Values and Dangers in the Hungarian Economy (March 2012, p. 11).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The “Last Twenty Years” as Failure? – Hungary’s transition revisited (July 2012, p. 40).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Who Needs the Euro? (September 2012, p. 52).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Budapest as a Regional Hub? Missed Chances and New Prospects (November 2012, p. 5).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Crisis after Crisis – Any Lessons Learnt? (March 2013, p. 18).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Catch Up with the West or Go West? (May 2013, p. 33).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The View from a Smaller State (July 2013, p. 28).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The Economic Landscape of East Central Europe – Five Years after the Financial Crisis (September 2013, p. 25).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Whither Hungarian Mittelstand? (July 2014, p. 16).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Why There Was No Marshall Aid after 1990 (September 2014, p. 40).
CSABA, László: The Challenge of Growth (May 2011, p. 32).
CSABA, László: The Mirage of a Weak Currency (September 2012, p. 47).
KÁLNOKY, Boris: Hungary’s “Opening to the East” and Turkey (January 2013, p. 29).
POGÁTSA, Zoltán: Currency Devaluation and Hungary’s Accession to the Eurozone (September 2012, p. 43).
THORPE, Nick: Pipelines, Platforms, Prospects – Zsolt HERNÁDI, CEO of Hungarian Oil and Gas Company MOL responds to questions by Nick Thorpe (March 2011, p. 5).
WALLISON, Peter J.: US Government Housing Policies, the Financial Crisis and the Dodd–Frank Act (March 2014, p. 28).

CSERMELY, Péter: The Hungarian Talent Support Programme and its European Dimensions (September 2011, p. 22).
ALTING von GEUSAU, Christiaan: Human Rights, History and Anthropology: Reorienting the Debate (September 2014, p. 26).
BENNETT, James C. – LOTUS, Michael J.: America, England, Europe: Why Do We Differ? (November 2013, p. 12).
BOD, Péter Ákos: József Antall, and Those Who Did Not Want Him (November 2010, p. 77).
BOLLOBÁS, Enikő: The Two Doors of Sándor Schreiber – The Scholar Rabbi Born a Hundred Years Ago (July 2013, p. 87).
ČOLOVIĆ, Ivan: Balkanist Discourse and its Critics (March 2013, p. 70).
CRICK, Bernard: Introduction to István Bibó (November 2011, p. 61).
DAVIES, Christie: The Rise and Fall of the Political Joke (March 2014, p. 44).
DEBELJAK, Aleš: Europe without Europeans (January 2013, p. 8).
DEBELJAK, Aleš: In Defence of Cross-Fertilisation: Europe and its Identity Contradictions (November 2013, p. 21).
DELSOL, Chantal: Historical Forgiveness in Question (May 2012, p. 72).
EGEDY, Gergely: Conservatism and Nation-Models in Hungary (May 2013, p. 66).
EGEDY, Gergely: Hungary’s Transition: Liberalism for the Few? (September 2013, p. 34).
ENTZ, Géza: József Antall and Konrad Adenauer (May 2012, p. 59).
GRANASZTÓI, György: 2010: What Happened? – The Reconstitution of the Political (September 2011, p. 36).
GRANASZTÓI, György: Self-Europe (May 2012, p. 5).
GRANASZTÓI, György: Is It Possible to Vote against Europe? (January 2014, p. 5).
JONAS, George: A Moderate Nationalist May Be the Solution (July 2013, p. 23).
JONAS, George: Terror Asymmetric, Terror Totalitarian (September 2013, p. 5).
KADARKAY, Árpád: Road to Lincoln – From My Grandfather’s Hayloft (January 2013, p. 76).
KADARKAY, Árpád: The Captive Mind of György Lukács (March 2013, p. 56).
KADARKAY, Árpád: Hannah Arendt – The Human Condition (Part I) (January 2014, p. 31).
KADARKAY, Árpád: Hannah Arendt – The Human Condition (Part II) (March 2014, p. 61).
KAPLINSKI, Jaan: Estonians, Finns, Hungarians, Turks and Mongols – An Essay on Language (March 2011, p. 91).
KELLY III, James P.: The Constitution as the Soul of a Nation (January 2014, p. 12).
KIRÁLY, Miklós: Constitutional Governance and the Common Good (March 2011, p. 21).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: Currents of a Secret Life – István Bibó and Bernard Crick (November 2011, p. 47).
LEGUTKO, Ryszard: Our New Utopia – Excerpt from Triumph of the Common Man (November 2014, p. 28).
LUDANYI, Andrew: American and Hungarian Perspectives on Minority Issues (September 2011, p. 51).
MÁDL, Ferenc: Legacy of the Revolution – The Hungarian Experience (November 2010, p. 59).
MARELIĆ, Vicko: Museums and Malaria on the Eastern Adriatic Riviera (May 2014, p. 108).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Sovereignty or Submission (July 2012, p. 5).
O’SULLIVAN, John: A Visit to Woolwich (September 2013, p. 11).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Culture and the Flag – Reflections after the Scottish Referendum (November 2014, p. 5).
PARSONS, Nicholas T.: Dilemmas of Austrian Identity – Alfred Goubran’s Idiotikon: Der Gelernte Österreicher (May 2014, p. 66).
PARSONS, Nicholas T.: Populism and the Failures of Democracy (September 2014, p. 48).
RUPEL, Dimitrij: Another Semester of our Discontent – The Integration Power of Traditional Cultural Systems and the Search for a Substitute (January 2012, p. 24).
SCHÖPFLIN, George: (Mis)understanding Central Europe – Hungary and the Western Media (January 2011, p. 29).
SCHÖPFLIN, George: History and the Historians: Parts of a Memoir (May 2014, p. 54).
SCRUTON, Roger: The Need for Nations (July 2013, p. 11).
STONE, Norman: M. S. Gorbachev: The Last Ploy? – Or What Was Really Going On? (January 2011, p. 34).
SZMODIS, Jenő: On Law, from a Multidisciplinary Perspective (July 2011, p. 64).
VÁRADY, Tibor: Populism and Unmasking – Some introductory remarks on populism, “fight for peace and socialist democracy”, and “creation of jobs” (November 2010, p. 48.).
VÁRADY, Tibor: Restitution of Hatred, or Restitution of Mutual Understanding? – On the 2011 Serbian Act of Restitution, from the angle of the history of my home town (November 2011, p. 20).
VARGA, György: Havel Na Hrad – Or, Havel to the Castle. The Road to a Presidency (May 2012, p. 41).
VELIKIĆ, Dragan: The Experience of Difference – An Essay on Danubian Cultures (January 2014, p. 43).
EISLER, János: From Caravaggio to Canaletto and Art Collecting in Hungary – A finely curated, great exhibition at the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts (July 2014, p. 109).
FÖLDI, Eszter: “Cézanne Did Not Make Mistakes”: Notes on the Cézanne Exhibition in Budapest (May 2013, p. 111).
ILLYÉS, Mária: In the Current of Impressionism – Hungarian Painting 1830–1920. Kogart Gallery Budapest, April to August 2009. Anna SZINNYEI MERSE talks to Mária Illyés (November 2010, p. 83).
ILLYÉS, Mária: “I Love Carving My Way in Stone” – Sculptor Ádám FARKAS in conversation with Mária Illyés (January 2013, p. 103).
JÉKELY, Zsombor: Transylvanian Fresco Styles of Saint Ladislas in a New Light (March 2014, p. 97).
KESERŰ, Katalin: “A Pining Lily of the Cliff” – The Furniture Designers of Hungarian Art Nouveau (March 2011, p. 77).
LÁNYI, András: Crossed Out Windows – A series of paintings by Zsigmond Károlyi (January 2013, p. 117).
MAKLÁRY, Kálmán: The Memory of the Future – On the Work of Simon Hantai (September 2013, p. 106).
MÁNYOKI, Endre: Ildikó Várnagy: A Book on the Sculptor of the Absolute Presence of Being (May 2011, p. 114).
NAGY, Ildikó: Art Lives! Tamás Körösényi Sculptor – In memoriam (March 2012, p. 102).
OROSZ, István: The Ambassador and the Pharaoh (May 2012, p. 94).
OROSZ, István: Leonardo’s Secret Perspective (May 2014, p. 96).
PROKOPP, Mária: Botticelli in Esztergom (January 2011, p. 80).
THORPE, Nick: Reconstructing Ancient Egyptians – A New Exhibition at the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts (September 2011, p. 99).
THORPE, Nick: Brancusi at Home: At the Gate of the Kiss (January 2012, p. 134).
WILLIAMS, Robert: An Ironic Relation to Tradition – On the Art of Peter Meller (March 2013, p. 87).
COOPER, Thomas: Musings from No 19 – In Defence of Tipping Physicians (May 2011, p. 51).
DOIDGE, Norman: Sex on the Brain – What brain plasticity teaches about internet porn (July 2014, p. 30).
GRANASZTÓI, György and Gyula KODOLÁNYI: The Béres Life Programme – A conversation with Klára and József BÉRES (January 2011, p. 57).
THORPE, Nick: István MIKOLA talks to Nick Thorpe – The Hungarian Patient (January 2011, p. 44).
THORPE, Nick: Kafka in the Circus District – A Short History of Homebirth in Hungary (January 2011, p. 50).
BIBÓ, István: The Principle of Self-Determination as a Spur to Nationalism (November 2011, p. 69).
BOLLOBÁS, Enikő: Hungarian in America – American in Hungary. János Xantus, the 19th century naturalist (March 2012, p. 88).
BRENNER, János: The Anti-War War Museum (May 2013, p. 104).
FENYVESI, Charles: Official Enemies, Secret Allies (Part I) (September 2011, p. 59).
FENYVESI, Charles: Official Enemies, Secret Allies (Part II) (November 2011, p. 37).
FENYVESI, Charles: Official Enemies, Secret Allies (Part III) (January 2012, p. 64).
HIERONYMI, Ottó: Regime Change in Hungary, 1990–1994: The Economic Policies of the Antall Government (July 2013, p. 36).
HOPPÁL, Mihály: The Burial of Attila – A Folklore Motif in Historical Consciousness (January 2012, p. 79).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Hungary and the Break-Up of Yugoslavia – A documentary history (Part I) (March 2011, p. 42).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Hungary and the Break-Up of Yugoslavia – A documentary history (Part II) (May 2011, p. 65).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Baroness Thatcher and the Transformation of Hungary (May 2013, p. 20).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Hungary in the Second World War: Tragic Blunders or Destiny? (March 2014, p. 7).
JOBBÁGYI, Gábor: Provocation? – The Outbreak of the Revolution of 1956 (November 2011, p. 98).
JOBBÁGYI, Gábor: Bloody Thursday, 1956: The Anatomy of the Kossuth Square Massacre (January 2014, p. 70).
KABDEBO, Thomas: William Smith O’Brien’s Hungarian Journey (July 2011, p. 56).
KAHLER, Frigyes: Communist Terror in 1956 and the Rule of Law (January 2013, p. 49).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: 19 March 1944 – A Mosaic Selected from Diaries, Memoirs and Histories (May 2014, p. 29).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: Summer 1944 – A Mosaic Selected from Diaries, Memoirs and Histories (July 2014, p. 45).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: August–September 1944 – A Mosaic Selected from Diaries, Memoirs and Histories (September 2014, p. 65).
KOPPEL, Roger: Orbán Is Heading for the Modern Age – Professor Rupert SCHOLZ in interview with Roger Koppel (May 2013, p. 29).
KOSZORUS, Frank Jr: The Soldier Who Saved the Lives of Budapest Jews: Colonel Ferenc Koszorús (May 2012, p. 120).
KOSZORUS, Frank Jr: Reflections on 19 March 1944 and its Aftermath: A Perfect Storm of Tragedy and Folly (March 2014, p. 52).
KUN, Miklós: Nero of the Caucasus (January 2012, p. 57).
KUN, Miklós: Losers’ Congress (September 2012, p. 65).
LUKÁCS, John: An Other Hungary Existed (March 2014, p. 57).
MISKOLCZY, Ambrus: German History Reinterpreted (May 2011, p. 86).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Hungary and the Cold War (September 2012, p. 57).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Cardinal Mindszenty: The Power of the Prisoner (November 2012, p. 38).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Farewell to the Iron Lady (May 2013, p. 9).
PELLE, János: Wallenberg: Man of Destiny (March 2012, p. 36).
PETHŐ, Tibor: Quickly and without Mercy (January 2013, p. 41).
PETHŐ, Tibor: Wallenberg and the Jewish Doctors (July 2013, p. 78).
SATTER, David: The Devil that Failed: Murder Most Utopian – Dr Mária SCHMIDT mediates a conversation on the documentary Age of Delirium (January 2014, p. 98).
SEBŐK PÁSKÁNDI, Anna: Transylvania 1956 – Excerpts from a film script (November 2011, p. 85).
STONE, Norman: The Europeans before and after the Cold War (January 2013, p. 5).
SZEKÉR, Nóra: Domokos Szent-Iványi and His Book (Part I) (November 2013, p. 26).
SZEKÉR, Nóra: Domokos Szent-Iványi and His Book (Part II) (January 2014, p. 48).
THOMPSON, Emily: Milada Horáková – The Tragic Destiny of a Czechoslovak Proto-Feminist (November 2014, p. 54).
THORPE, Nick: “Nobody Lifted a Finger” – King MICHAEL of Romania talks to Nick Thorpe (November 2011, p. 29).
THORPE, Nick: “History Does Not Repeat Itself”. The House of Terror at Ten – Director Mária SCHMIDT in conversation with Nick Thorpe (May 2012, p. 15).
THORPE, Nick: War-Crimes, the Holocaust, and László Csatáry (September 2012, p. 29).
THORPE, Nick: “Command Responsibility”: László Csatáry in Context – Ádám GELLÉRT in conversation with Nick Thorpe (September 2012, p. 35).
THORPE, Nick: Warmer Days in Vojvodina – Hungary and Serbia Heal Old Wounds (January 2013, p. 24).
VOICU-ARNĂUŢOIU, Ioana: The Last Refuge – Anti-Communist Partisans in the Romanian Mountains (March 2011, p. 53).
GRANASZTÓI, Olga: The New Sans Souci – Remembrance of a Garden of Szepesség (July 2011, p. 113).
BABKOU, Ihar: Literature as a Borderland (May 2013, p. 90).
BALÁZS, Attila: Ship of Blithe Spirits. President Tito, Dinners and Women – A fictive documentary (November 2012, p. 49).
BALÁZS, Attila: Rose Garden in the Depths of Hell, or the Colonel’s Ballpoint Pen (excerpt) (March 2013, p. 48).
BALÁZS, Attila: Struggling with Words – Tara BERGIN in conversation with Attila Balázs (March 2013, p. 80).
BALÁZS, Attila: Waiting-Room, Dining Car: Balkan Express (May 2013, p. 81).
BALÁZS, Attila: Requiem for a Bygone Country – Personal Notes on Yugoslavia (September 2013, p. 93).
BALÁZS, Attila: Forced March and Other Poems from a Muddy Notebook – Francis R. JONES in conversation with Attila Balázs (November 2013, p. 81).
BALÁZS, Attila: The Beatles and the Danube Regatta (March 2014, p. 77).
BÁNFFY, Miklós: The Transylvanian Trilogy – A passage from Book I (“They Were Counted”) (January 2012, p. 103).
BERGIN, Tara: Stag-Boy (March 2013, p. 85).
BOLDIZSÁR, Ildikó: Shamanic Elements in Hungarian Folk Tales (excerpt from Fairy Tales Therapy) (November 2013, p. 92).
BOLDIZSÁR, Ildikó: “He Set Off to Try His Luck” (excerpt from Fairy Tales Therapy) (January 2014, p. 104).
BOLLOBÁS, Enikő: Silenced Voices – Hungarian Plays from Transylvania (November 2011, p. 118).
BRINKLEY, Tony: Mandelshtam’s Eternities Translated into the American Idiom (January 2011, p. 109).
BRINKLEY, Tony: Last Poems: Gyula Illyés in Translation (March 2011, p. 105).
BRINKLEY, Tony and KOSTOVA, Raina: Stalin’s Brothers Karamazov (July 2011, p. 70).
BRINKLEY, Tony: Translating Pasternak’s Hamlet (September 2011, p. 87).
BRINKLEY, Tony: What Is Writing but Translating: Marina Tsvetaeva and The Poem of the Mountain (March 2012, p. 74).
BRINKLEY, Tony: Gomorrah (November 2012, p. 109).
COOPER, Thomas: Herta Müller: Depictions of Displacement (May 2011, p. 95).
COOPER, Thomas: Poet between Languages: Ádám Makkai (November 2012, p. 98).
CRISTIAN, Réka M.: Lamp of Memory: On András Sütő’s Advent in the Hargita Mountains (May 2014, p. 78).
DSIDA, Jenő: Two Poems – Translated from the Hungarian by Clive Wilmer and George Gömöri (November 2013, p. 123).
ESHLEMAN, Clayton: A Note on Translating Ferenc Juhász’s The Biography of a Woman (January 2013, p. 90).
ESHLEMAN, Clayton: Five Poems from Under World Arrest (1994) (September 2014, p. 102).
FALUDY, György: Ode to Hungarian. Translated by John Ridland and Peter Czipott (September 2011, p. 121).
FISCHER, Tibor: Introducing the Poems of Sándor Márai (September 2013, p. 87).
GÖMÖRI, George: Ferenc Békássy’s Correspondence with James Strachey (May 2013, p. 76).
GÖMÖRI, George: Introduction to Jenő Dsida’s Poems (July 2013, p. 119).
GÖMÖRI, George: Three Poems (March 2014, p. 95).
HAKLIK, Norbert: Making the Silent Deep Speak – On the Danube-concept of Thomas Kabdebo’s novel trilogy Danubius Danubia (July 2013, p. 103).
ILLYÉS, Gyula: Charon’s Ferry – A Selection of Poems (March 2011, p. 110).
ILLYÉS, Gyula: People of the Puszta – Chapter Twelve (July 2011, p. 91).
ILLYÉS, Gyula: Bartók (November 2012, p. 95).
ILLYÉS, Gyula: The Tree that Reached the Sky – A Hungarian Folk Tale adapted by Gyula Illyés (November 2013, p. 102).
JONAS, George: Me, a Novel (excerpts) (May 2012, p. 104).
JUHÁSZ, Ferenc: The Biography of a Woman (January 2013, p. 92).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: Messages of W. Sh. (September 2012, p. 85).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: A Few Words to Head Tony Brinkley’s Gomorrah (November 2012, p. 106).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: For the 450th Anniversary of William Shakespeare – Messages from W. Sh. (March 2014, p. 90).
KOSZTOLÁNYI, Dezső: Primer on Poetry and the Poet (excerpts) (July 2011, p. 98). KRASZNAHORKAI, László and NEUMANN, Max: Animalinside (excerpt) (November 2014, p. 104).
KRASZNAHORKAI, László: Satantango (excerpt) (November 2014, p. 105).
MAKKAI, Ádám: Poems (November 2012, p. 102).
MÜLLER, Herta: Poems (May 2011, p. 100).
MURNANE, Gerald: The Angel’s Son: Why I learned Hungarian Late in Life (July 2011, p. 78).
OPLATKA, András: “He Gave a Swish of his Arm” – and in German? – Thoughts on the German translation of “They Were Counted” (January 2012, p. 114).
PASTERNAK, Boris: Star of Nativity – A poem translated, with a Note, by Tony Brinkley (January 2014, p. 120).
POMERANTSEV, Igor: Notes and Poems about Radio (July 2013, p. 110).
POMERANTSEV, Igor: Radio Times – Notes and Poems (Part II) (September 2013, p. 51).
POMERANTSEV, Igor: Radio Times – Notes and Poems (Part III) (November 2013, p. 73).
POMERANTSEV, Igor: Czernovitz – Reminiscences of a Drowned Man (July 2014, p. 59).
RADNÓTI, Miklós: Poems from Camp Notebook (November 2013, p. 87).
RAKOVSZKY, Zsuzsa: The Serpent’s Shadow (excerpt) (January 2011, p. 105).
RIDLAND, John: Three Poems for Peter Meller (1923–2008) (July 2014, p. 93).
SCHOLTEN, Jaap: Comrade Baron – A Journey through the Vanishing World of the Transylvanian Aristocracy (excerpt) (July 2013, p. 48).
SCHOLTEN, Jaap: A Workers’ Paradise withour Workers – Excerpt Two from Comrade Baron (September 2013, p. 60).
SÜTŐ, András: Advent in the Hargita Mountains – A Play in Two Acts (excerpt) (May 2014, p. 89).
SZABÓ, Zoltán: Twelve Notes about George Orwell (excerpts) (November 2012, p. 65).
SZÁVAI, János: Illyés versus Éluard (March 2011, p. 97).
SZÁVAI, János: Illyés – Bartók (Elvis) (November 2012, p. 85). The Prince That Desired Immortality – A Hungarian Folk Tale (January 2014, p. 113).
VÁRADY, Tibor: Socks on the Chandelier, Lives by a Thread (File No. 12 198) (September 2014, p. 85).
VÉGEL, László: Minority Elegy (July 2014, p. 67).
WESLING, Donald: The Search of Appearance – Poems of Hungary (May 2012, p. 109).
WESLING, Donald: The Search of Appearance – Poems of Hungary, Second Selection (July 2012, p. 115).
CONARD, Robert C.: I Never Met a Hungarian who Didn’t Want to Learn (November 2013, p. 66).
FENYVESI, Charles: Stalking Prince Rákóczi’s Treasure Chest (May 2013, p. 44).
FENYVESI, Charles: The Three Lives of a Hungarian General – He received his highest honours from mystic India (November 2013, p. 56).
GORDON, John: Forty Years Back – Diplomatic Memories of Budapest in the 1960s (January 2013, p. 63).
GÖMÖRI, George: My First Years in Oxford (November 2012, p. 78).
GRANASZTÓI, György: I Want to Be Like Him One Day – John Lukács at Ninety (March 2014, p. 59).
GRÓH, Gáspár: Everything and Nothing – Images from the Peaceful Revolution (January 2011, p. 40).
HORVÁTH, János: Encounters with a Grey Eminence – Remembering Domokos Szent-Iványi (September 2013, p. 67).
HORVÁTH, János: The Student Resistance Movement, 1943–1945 – Chapter from a Memoir in Progress (November 2014, p. 79).
HUNTER, Howard: Observations of Budapest since 1992 (January 2012, p. 48).
JONAS, George: Oral History (May 2013, p. 52).
KABDEBO, Thomas: A Teardrop in the Sea (“goccia scorre nella pianura”) (September 2013, p. 56).
KADARKAY, Árpád: War and Art – Memoirs af a Hungarian Childhood (Part I) (November 2014, p. 65).
POLCZ, Alaine: One Woman in the War. Hungary 1944–1945 (excerpt) (November 2010, p. 100).
POLCZ, Alaine: One Woman in the War. Hungary 1944–1945 (excerpts) (November 2014, p. 87).
PRYCE-JONES, David: Family Memories of Hungary (May 2014, p. 48).
SÁRKÖZI, Mátyás: From Zugliget to London (November 2011, p. 77).
SZÁVAI, János: One Day – 16 June 1989 or Those Exceptional Moments (November 2010, p. 62).
SZENT-IVÁNYI, Domokos: The Hungarian Independence Movement – Descent into the Maelstrom (excerpts) (November 2013, p. 40).
SZENT-IVÁNYI, Domokos: The Hungarian Independence Movement (excerpts II) January 2014, p. 57).
THORPE, Nick: Killing Me Softly – A Memoir of Bosnia, on the Eve of War (May 2011, p. 79).
BÓNIS, Ferenc: “A Composer Abides by His Own Rules” – Béla Bartók and His Patron Paul Sacher (January 2014, p. 87).
BÓNIS, Ferenc: Zoltán Kodály and Universal Editions – A Double Portrait Emerging from Letters (July 2014, p. 99).
COOPER, Thomas: Tonal Innovations in Ferenc Liszt’s Earlier Piano Compositions (September 2011, p. 115).
HAMBURGER, Klára: “With Courageous Faith…” – On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ferenc Liszt (March 2011, p. 63).
MERRICK, Paul: Liszt in Esztergom – A Festival in his Memory (November 2011, p. 126).
SÁROSI, Bálint: From the History of the Gypsy Band, 1904–1944 (September 2011, p. 74).
SZABADOS, György: Tradition and Continuity (September 2011, p. 107).
SZILASI, Alex: Liszt on Chopin, Chopin on Liszt (January 2011, p. 96).
TARI SOLYMOSI, Emőke: Motion Picture as the “Musical Play of the Future” – Lajtha, Höllering and Eliot (May 2012, p. 81).
THORPE, Nick: The Perfect Place to Play – Iván FISCHER talks to Nick Thorpe (July 2011, p. 101).
TÓTH, Klára: Roots and Wings (July 2011, p. 108).
BRINKLEY, Tony – MEYER, Charles: In the Aftermath of Conflict: Three Photographs (July 2012, p. 80).
BOD, Péter Ákos: The Hungarian Presidency in Turbulent Times (January 2011, p. 19).
BOD, Péter Ákos: Transition: Whence and Where to? – Ukraine and Elsewhere (May 2014, p. 22).
BUGAJSKI, Janusz: Visegrád’s Past, Present and Future (May 2011, p. 60).
BUGAJSKI, Janusz: Confronting the Putin Doctrine (May 2014, p. 10).
DEMEŠ, Pavol: Robert Fico Reinvented? (September 2012, p. 11).
FARKAS, Réka: Regionalism and Regional Autonomy in Romania – Italian Professor Andrea CARTENY in interview with Réka Farkas (September 2013, p. 19).
FROST, Gerald: The High Price of Political Intemperance (January 2014, p. 22).
FROST, Gerald: Soft Power: Unreliable, Difficult to Manage – and Massively Over-Sold (July 2014, p. 25).
FROST, Gerald: End of a Lull? – European Deterrence in the Putin Era (November 2014, p. 16).
GEREBEN, Ágnes: Putin or Medvedev? – Preparing for the 2012 Elections (September 2011, p. 28).
GEREBEN, Ágnes: The Big Comeback: The Third Presidency of Vladimir Putin (July 2012, p. 15).
GEREBEN, Ágnes: Russia’s Energy Weapon (January 2013, p. 33).
GYULAI, György: Fico’s Slovakia: The Force Restrained (March 2013, p. 37).
HIERONYMI, Ottó: The Economic and Social Policies of the Orbán Government – A View from Outside (July 2011, p. 36).
HÖRCHER, Ferenc: The Glamour of True Thoughts – Roger SCRUTON interviewed by Ferenc Hörcher (September 2012, p. 5).
JÁRAI, Judit: Whither the Hungarian Welfare State? (July 2011, p. 51).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Twenty Years after the “New World Order” – A Hungarian Perspective (November 2010, p. 68).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Visegrád – Past and Future (July 2011, p. 20).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Doomsday in Hungary? (May 2012, p. 9).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: The Need for Satisfied National Minorities (July 2013, p. 32).
JESZENSZKY, Géza: Hungary, NATO and the War in Ukraine (September 2014, p. 19).
KÁLNOKY, Boris: Solid, Experienced Work – How Germany Views the Hungarian EU Presidency (March 2011, p. 9).
KÁLNOKY, Boris: What the Arab Revolutions Mean for East Central Europe (May 2011, p. 55).
KÁLNOKY, Boris: Outpost in the Desert – How Hungary Represents the Western World in Tripoli (July 2011, p. 10).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: On Germany, Hungary and NATO – Karl LAMERS interviewed by Gyula Kodolányi (November 2012, p. 34).
LAUGHLAND, John: President Klaus’ European Manifesto (November 2013, p. 6).
MACOVEI, Monica: The European Union, Citizens and Corruption (January 2011, p. 26).
MÁDL, Ferenc: Hungary – On a New Path (May 2011, p. 11).
MITCHELL, A. Wess: Central Europe: Cooperation in a Cold Climate (May 2014. p. 17).
NAIMSKI, Piotr: Reinventing Europe Mistake by Mistake – Brussels and the Financial Crisis (January 2014, p. 18).
ORBÁN, Viktor: The Year of European Renewal – The Prime Minister’s Thoughts on the Hungarian EU Presidency (January 2011, p. 5).
ORBÁN, Viktor: “There Is No Freedom without Dignity” – Speech by Viktor Orbán at the 14th Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress, Budapest, 5 May 2013 (May 2013, p. 6).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Hungary: the Disadvantages of Geography (November 2010, p. 5).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Random Thoughts on Recent Events (January 2012, p. 5).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Why Europe Needs a First Amendment (March 2013, p. 9).
O’SULLIVAN, John: Orbán’s Hungary: Image and Reality – Whose Democracy? Which Liberalism? (September 2014, p. 7).
PAVLOVIĆ, Dušan: Serbia after the May 2012 Elections (July 2012, p. 21).
POLIŢEANU, Mihai: Ponta and the Rule of Law (September 2012, p. 16).
RUPEL, Dimitrij: The Vanishing Twenty Years – East Central Europe: The Next Twenty Years (November 2010, p. 12).
SALAMON, László: Debates Surrounding the Concepts of the New Constitution (May 2011, p. 15).
SATTER, David: How the Ukraine Crisis Arose – and Why (May 2014, p. 6).
SCHÖPFLIN, George: Hungarian Elections and after (July 2014, p. 8).
SCHÖPFLIN, George: The New EU, or Is It? (November 2014, p. 22).
SIKORSKI, Radosłav: Sharing Sovereignty, Gaining Power – The Eurosceptic Case for a Common Foreign Policy (March 2014, p. 22).
ŚWIEBODA, Pawel: Reclaiming the Best of the Old EU – Prospects for the Polish EU Presidency (July 2011, p. 13).
THORPE, Nick: The Revival of Central Europe – Hungarian Foreign Minister János MARTONYI talks to Nick Thorpe (January 2011, p. 12).
THORPE, Nick: Bosnia: A Balance Sheet – Reflections on the arrest of Ratko Mladić (July 2011, p. 5).
THORPE, Nick: Sometimes We Do Reach Consensus – Deputy Prime Minister Tibor NAVRACSICS talks to Nick Thorpe (November 2011, p. 14).
THORPE, Nick: Angels and Devils. What Is Happening in Hungary Today? – George SCHÖPFLIN in conversation with Nick Thorpe (January 2012, p. 10).
THORPE, Nick: Viktor Orbán in Strasbourg: Return Match (March 2012, p. 5).
THORPE, Nick: The Need for an Upward Spiral – Ferenc HÖRCHER in conversation with Nick Thorpe (July 2012, p. 27).
THORPE, Nick: Romania: A Brief Political Chronology (September 2012, p. 22).
THORPE, Nick: Whither Romania? On the Eve of the December 2012 Parliamentary Elections – Christian MITITELU, political analyst and former head of the BBC Romanian Section, in conversation with Nick Thorpe (November 2012, p. 14).
THORPE, Nick: Out of the Storm – Zsolt NÉMETH, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs in interview with Nick Thorpe (March 2013, p. 29).
TURAN, İlter: Encounters with the Third Kind: Turkey’s New Political Forces Are Met by Old Politics (July 2013, p. 7).
BOLLOBÁS, Enikő: United in Separation. On the Common Roots of Pennsylvanian and Transylvanian Anabaptism (September 2012, p. 74).
FÁY, Zoltán: Faith Market in Hungary (March 2011, p. 38).
JAYABALAN, Kishore: Papal Economics and the Ubiquity of Greed (January 2014, p. 27).
THORPE, Nick: From Foca to Famagusta – Adam SELIGMAN talks to Nick Thorpe about tolerance, ritual and the problem of sincerity (March 2011, p. 29).
GROSSCHMID, Péter: János Szentágothai: an Inspiring and Imaginative Scientist – László ZÁBORSZKY, brain researcher in conversation with Péter Grosschmid (November 2012, p. 24).
ROSKA, Tamás: A Different Digital Divide – Tamás Roska in conversation with Gyula KODOLÁNYI and Nick THORPE (January 2012, p. 37).
JÁRÓKA, Lívia: Sixty Suggestions in the Interest of True Roma Integration (November 2010, p. 41).
PÁL, József N.: The Disappearance of the Village (May 2013, p. 57).
ROMANO RÁCZ, Sándor: Historical Consciousness among the Roma (January 2011, p. 72).
ROMANO RÁCZ, Sándor: Roma Integration: Opportunities and Obstacles – Inside and Outside Majority Culture (March 2012, p. 50).
ROMANO RÁCZ, Sándor: Our Dysfunctional Relationship – The Roma in Hungarian Society (September 2013, p. 42).
THORPE, Nick: Behind God’s Back – The Government, Civil Society and the Roma. Zoltán BALOG talks to Nick Thorpe (November 2010, p. 36).
THORPE, Nick: Mapping Poverty – The Roma Strategy. Zoltán BALOG, State Secretary for Social Inclusion in conversation with Nick Thorpe (March 2012, p. 18).
CLARK, Andy: Great Expectations – The story of the Hungarian football team at the 1912 and 1924 Olympic Games (July 2012, p. 68).
MURPHY, Peter: Gold Medal Glory Days. Hungary’s football team at the Olympics between 1952 and 1972 (July 2012, p. 54).
HUSZ, Mária: The Inspirations and Aspirations of Textile Artist Erzsébet Katona Szabó (September 2012, p. 91).
DÁVID, Gyula: The Inconvenient Grand Seigneur – The Memory of Miklós Bánffy (January 2012, p. 92).
GRANASZTÓI, György: Remembering József Antall, a Man of Our Time (July 2012, p. 37).
KODOLÁNYI, Gyula: Sands at Eighty – A personal tribute to Ferenc Mádl on his 80th birthday (May 2011, p. 45).
MARTONYI, János: Inauguration Speech of the 2012 Wallenberg Year (March 2012, p. 33).
SÁRKÖZI, Mátyás: Zoltán Szabó: An Outpost in the West (November 2012, p. 60).
ROHÁLY, Gábor: Hungarians and Their Wines (March 2012, p. 118).
ROHÁLY, Gábor: A Historical Look at Hungarian Wine Culture (July 2012, p. 110).

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