New York Times

2015. szeptember 28. 17:56
This is the game perfected in the Middle East. This is Pallywood, or how to manipulate a media already hungry for sensation, a media already adept at twisting the truth. Sacrificing their own misery and inhumanity, sacrificing their innocent and unguarded children, the actors in Pallywood attempt to extract as much as possible from unwitting audiences around the world. Until recently, we Europeans, we Hungarians were able to witness these bizarre scenes only on the ten o’clock news. But now its pounding at the gates. Quite literally.
Better use the Warhols!
2015. szeptember 10. 10:04
There's often a morsel of truth in what former US Ambassador to Hungary Eleni Kounalakis says. For example, as she writes in her recent New York Times Op-Ed that on August 27th, the Austrian police did really find a freight truck on the highway to Vienna carrying 71 dead people. Sadly, this is the only point that Mrs. Kounalakis got right. Let's see, what really happened, why it happened and if it really has anything to do with Hungary or the Hungarian past.
2014. november 11. 17:55
This is empty, ideological language, to call Hungary a dictatorship today! And the interview was never published. Which a friend of mine very accurately said is a kind of censorship, if someone gives an answer you don't expect, then you don't publish it.
2014. július 4. 12:11
There are now somewhere around 50 room-escape games scattered throughout the Hungarian capital.
2014. március 19. 10:20
The professor, always presented with her Princeton affiliation and as an independent expert, but this so-called expert is drawing her conclusions seemingly entirely from sources deeply embedded in opposition political parties.
2014. február 28. 18:06
So we’re told that it’s a Hungarian translation of an article reportedly written by Kim Lane Scheppele – part one of five! – that appeared on a prestigious blog on The New York Times.
2012. november 22. 12:16
Krugman makes an argument for the importance of the legislative supermajority and defending the will of the majority of voters.
2012. november 19. 09:20
Hungary’s ruling center-right party, Fidesz, is eager to win back some far-right voters it lost to Jobbik, so it won’t push back.
2012. szeptember 17. 09:00
The dispute seems arcane, but in Hungary the passions behind it are running high — high enough that a former prime minister has begun a hunger strike over it.
2012. július 23. 13:49
From the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean to a French library’s dusty archives, remnants of Nazi Germany seem to be cropping up everywhere this week.