Hungarian Review

Hungarian Review

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ATTILA BALÁZS (1955, Novi Sad/Újvidék), writer, translator, journalist. Author of twelve books of prose. Founder of the cultural magazine Ex Symposion. He worked as editor for the YU Radio-Television, moved to Budapest in late 1991. For a time he worked as war correspondent, then as political correspondent for the newspaper

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SALVATORE BABONES (New York, 1969) earned his PhD in sociology from The Johns Hopkins University (2003). An American citizen, he is now an associate professor of sociology at the University of Sydney. His research takes a longue durée approach to elucidating the macro-level structure of the world economy, with a

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VIKTOR ORBÁN (Alcsútdoboz, 1963), Prime Minister of Hungary in 1998–2002 and since May 2010; graduated in Law at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, in 1987. In 1983, as a student he was a founding member of Bibó College, a circle for the study of democratic politics. A year later, with his

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LÁSZLÓ CSABA (1954), economist, professor of international political economy at Central European University and Corvinus University in Budapest. He is a Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Author and editor of nine books, he published over 300 scholarly articles in countries all over the world. In 1999–2000 he was

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ATTILA BALÁZS (1955, Novi Sad/Újvidék), writer, translator, journalist. Author of twelve books of prose. Founder of the cultural magazine Ex Symposion. He worked as editor for the YU Radio- Television, moved to Budapest in late 1991. For a time he worked as war correspondent, then as political correspondent for the

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ISTVÁN FODOR is an electrical engineer and was awarded the Széchenyi Prize by the State of Hungary. He established the Ericsson Company’s Hungarian subsidiary in 1991, and was its CEO until 2002, and then Chairman of the Board until 2008. Between 1998 and 2000, he was the Chairman of the

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ISTVÁN FODOR is an electrical engineer and was awarded the Széchenyi Prize by the State of Hungary. He established the Ericsson Company’s Hungarian subsidiary in 1991, and was its CEO until 2002, and then Chairman of the Board until 2008. Between 1998 and 2000, he was the Chairman of the

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ANTHONY DANIELS (London, 1949) is a writer and retired psychiatrist who lived several years in Africa. Daniels has written extensively on culture, art, politics, education, and medicine – often drawing on his experiences as a doctor and psychiatrist in Africa and the United Kingdom. He is the author of several

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JAMES ALLAN holds the oldest named chair at The University of Queensland. Before arriving in Australia in 2005 he spent 11 years teaching law in New Zealand at the University of Otago and before that lectured law in Hong Kong. He is a native-born Canadian who practised law in a

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ATTILA BALÁZS (Novi Sad/Újvidék, 1955), writer, translator, journalist. Author of twelve books of prose. Founder of the cultural magazine Ex Symposion. He worked as editor for the YU Radio-Television, and moved to Budapest in 1991. For a time he worked as war correspondent, then as political correspondent for the newspaper