<![CDATA[hungarianglobe.mandiner.hu - Budapest]]> http://hungarianglobe.mandiner.hu/tag/Budapest/ hu-HU <![CDATA[Sergio Tirado (The Huffington Post): In Hungary, Everyday Citizens Pick Up the Slack Left By Government Inaction]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[No Dictatorship, No Story: The New York Times Buries an Interview with Nobel Laureate Imre Kertész]]> After sending a reporter to Budapest to conduct a lengthy interview with Nobel laureate Imre Kertész, the New York Times decides to bury it. Times reporter David Streitfeld's account of the interview and his questions to Kertész differ significantly from the accounts given by the other three people who were in the room during the conversation - including that of Imre Kertész. Rather strange.
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<![CDATA[Ian Traynor (The Guardian): Budapest autumn: hollowing out democracy on the edge of Europe]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Bokros Lajos (The Economist): Orbán will be stopped]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Lisa Abend (New York Times): Escaping, Literally, in Budapest and Beyond]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Malcolm Gillies: The Cluj/Kolozsvar Experience with MCC]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Attila Nagy (gizmodo.com): The New Budapest Metro Line Is an Awesome Psychedelic Trip]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Matthew Turner (Digital Journal): Op-Ed: Will Hungary prove austerity wrong?]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[John O’Sullivan: The world needs a better understanding of Central Europe]]> [...] Bővebben!
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<![CDATA[Hungary and Britain have things in common – Interview with the founders of the Danube Institute]]> The whole of the West has to understand that Central and Eastern Europe are lost in the woods, but after all, the differences between Anglo-American liberal conservatism and Hungarian conservatism have been exaggerated, says John O'Sullivan. The British commentator and editor, and former advisor to Margaret Thatcher, moved to Hungary to launch the Danube Institute in Budapest. The new think tank promotes conservativism and classical liberalism. We asked him and his colleauge Gerald Frost about the goals of the Danube Institute.
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