Hungarian Conservative

Day: November 2, 2022

While early into the war in Ukraine most newspapers and politicians used World War II as an analogy to understand current events, 10 months into the war more and more
The public discourse of the time, spearheaded by the left-wing press, was bloodthirstily demanding the holding accountable of those responsible for the horrors of WWII, forming an opinion first and
A couple of days ago the residents of Budapest were pleasantly surprised when they realised that at least one of the lion statues of the Chain Bridge undergoing renovation had
Alexander III of Russia is known to be Putin’s favourite tsar. During his reign, he advocated for Russification, for Russia’s interests in global affairs and for the ‘inviolability of autocracy’.