Hungarian Conservative

Ádám Bráder

Ádám Bráder

Ádám Bráder graduated from the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University in 2021 as an English major specializing in English in the Media and Applied Linguistics. From 2017, he worked as an assistant editor at TV2’s news programme. After graduating, he continued his work as an online journalist, which led to him joining the Hungarian Conservative team in 2022.
President Tamás Sulyok met with Pope Francis in the Vatican City on Thursday. The two ‘discussed communities and the future of our communities,’ the Hungarian President stated to journalists on-site.
A new world order, European security, shifting geopolitics and the nuances of energy security were discussed by renowned experts at a conference at the Ludovika University of Public Service in
According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, following over three hours of negotiations, an agreement was reached to include additional Hungarian railway developments on the
Among others, Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), Parov Stelar, Thievery Corporation, Yungblud, Body Count featuring Ice-T, Take That, Scooter, Bring Me The Horizon, Carl Cox, Rise Against, and Thomas
An independent exhibition focusing on Hungarian design was presented at one of the world’s largest design events, Milan Design Week, at the Triennale Milano Museum building earlier this week.
Conservatism is different in every nation, and so is approach to energy solutions. In this interview, Arvid Hallén, the founder of the only Swedish conservative think tank, Oikos, addresses these
In the first two phases of the nationwide laptop programme launched in 2022, 260,000 portable computers were provided free of charge to upper-grade students, teachers, and educational institutions. From this
The minister underscored that strengthening ties with the United Arab Emirates, a significant economic and military power in the Gulf region, can complement Hungary’s defence development programme, whether it involves
NATO accession, defending the countries of Central Europe, success in academia and standing up for one’s heritage. These topics interest many these days, and Joanna Siekiera is an expert on
Regarding the war in Ukraine, the Prime Minister’s political director stressed the urgency of diplomatic talks, highlighting their potential to save lives and mitigate the risk of a global conflict.