Hungarian Conservative

Day: March 28, 2024

The European Swimming League (LEN) has voted Gergő Zalánki the best men’s water polo player of 2023. The Hungarian star has had an impressive year, but he still has a
Out of the 1,041 projects granted funding, 974 have already been completed, State Secretary for Public Education in the Ministry of Interior Zoltán Maruzsa announced in Dusnok, Bács-Kiskun County, Hungary,
This year’s horse racing season kicks off on Easter Sunday at Kincsem Park with eight races, starting with galloping. Besides horse races, various themed events also await visitors throughout spring
Hungary has persistently advocated for a shift in the EU’s agricultural policy towards Ukraine. The prolonged farmer protests have influenced the stance of other member states, with France spearheading a
The purple-pink version of the Cross of St George has elicited disapproval and outrage in many people in the United Kingdom, including former English National Team players and coaches, and
According to the statement by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority, prompted by a citizen’s report, the Media Council examined the second episode of the first season of the series
Discussing philosophy in general and whether it should be incorporated in education is an everyday topic. In this interview, Cornell University professor Barry Strauss delves into the issue, explaining why
The Hungarian nobility—not only the Seklers—considered themselves to be of Hun-Scythian origin throughout the Middle Ages and partly during the modern period, and although the Scythian question should be examined