Volume IV., No. 3.
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"The communist utopia which once fired the imagination of millions in search of a better life turned into a brutal dictatorship and caused enormous suffering, the violent death of tens of millions of innocent victims, before ending fully discredited."
"As a writer who was to spend a short but formative period, 1987 to 1994, in politics, I was naturally sensitive to personality, to the force of character, to mental energy. I always sensed and observed the encounters and negotiations of top international leaders..."
"Summer turns to fall, then fall to winter. A man comes to see my mother. He spends about a half an hour in the reception room with her, and leaves very quietly."
Rupert Scholz talks to Roger Koppel
Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán is criticised continuously for an ostensibly anti-democratic Constitution. The German constitutional lawyer, Rupert Scholz, refutes this.
"Gallons of ink have since been spilled on treatises about what Thatcherism is and about the ideological tendencies on which it draws. More such ink will be spilled below."
Speech by Viktor Orbán at the 14th Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress. Budapest, 5 May 2013
Arts and Culture
- Ihar Babkou: Literature As A Borderland
- Eszter Földi: “Cézanne Did Not Make Mistakes” : Notes On The Cézanne Exhibition In Budapest
- György Gömöri: Ferenc Békássy's Correspondence With James Strachey
- Attila Balázs: Waiting Room, Dinning Car: Balkan Express
- Orsolya Kővári: Mr Dracula - On Béla Lugosi
- János Brenner: The Anti-War War Museum