Hungary

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Four Days in Röszke

A man can isolate himself from the unhappy destinies of those around him by keeping busy. But suddenly I managed to establish an emotional connection. I was flooded with empathy, and tears struck me as unexpectedly as if I had been hit on the head.

Lukáš Stříteský20. 03. 2017

#Humansonthemove

With the unknown to the unknown

I have absolutely no idea how we managed to congregate somewhere at the end of the world just because someone needed help. I am extremely proud as well that I am a part of all this.

Marie Jahodová19. 03. 2017

#Humansonthemove

Fear is stronger than pain

In November 2015, I followed the refugees on their way through the Balkans. I ended up all alone on the fringe of a road a few kilometres from Szeged, Hungary.

Michal Pavlásek17. 03. 2017

EU and foreign policy

Russia hardens Visegrad divisions in the Trump-area

These days the Visegrad Four cannot escape the tectonic shifts reshaping the post-war world order. US President Donald Trump has stirred up the delicate issue of Russia within the V4, where Hungary particularly feels emboldened to push for sanctions that have been imposed on Moscow to be lifted.

Eszter Zalán14. 03. 2017

EU and foreign policy

“It is about all of us”

The message of the campaign against our organizations is clear to those young Hungarians about to choose a profession: think twice before you devote your carrier to championing a just society based on fundamental rights.

Stefania Kapronczay24. 02. 2017

Inside V4

Hungarian settlement bonds under fire

There is rising public pressure on Hungary’s government to terminate settlement bonds, which essentially give foreign nationals legal residency in return for payment. The government claims the revenue is good for business, while opponents maintain that the bonds are a mere money-laundering vessel and open up the country and the EU to dangerous individuals.

Gergő Rácz25. 12. 2016

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