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Gordon McKechnie

In the Footsteps of Patrick Leigh Fermor – Reviewing Michael O’Sullivan’s New Book

"... he has (...) also given us, through personal and often tragic histories, poignant insights into the enormous social changes that Hungary underwent in the middle years of the twentieth century."


David A. J. Reynolds

Contemporary Assessment of the 1968 Prague Spring in the Eastern Bloc – Part I

"Emphasising the differences between Hungary in 1956 and Czechoslovakia in 1968 was a way for Dubček and others to both refute the allegations of counter-revolution..."


István Fodor talks to Friends of Hungary Foundation

The Report and the Facts – and Professionalism

"... the claim made by various domestic and international entities alleging that Hungary reached unprecedented depths of corruption over the past eight years is unfounded and identifiably deficient (...) and (...) therefore politically motivated."


Krzysztof Szczerski

The Three Seas Initiative

"The expression refers to the fact that Central Europe has, as it were, three windows to the outside world: the Black Sea, the Adriatic Sea and the Baltic Sea."


George Schöpflin

Dethroning Reason: Europe in Mid-2018

"A particular rule may be legal and enforceable, but if over time it runs counter to the wishes of the majority, it will lose its legitimacy. This is currently happening to European integration."


John O’Sullivan

In Defence of Noticing the Obvious – Editorial Note

"In his essay on nationalism, Orwell saw this vanguard cosmopolitanism (though he does not use the phrase) as 'the habit of identifying oneself with a single nation or other unit, placing it beyond good and evil, and recognising no other duty than that of advancing its interests'."


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