Shifting Paradigms in Global Supply Chains
This article aims to outline the nature and role of global supply chains in economic globalization, and to highlight the underlying roots of and reasons for the new trend towards realignment.
Fidesz Achieves Crushing Victory in Interim Elections
On Sunday, they held another round of interim elections in Hungary, where Fidesz, the ruling party, managed to bring further victories to the right.
North Atlantic Treaty: What is NATO Allowed to Do?
The North Atlantic Treaty forms the legal basis of NATO, but what exactly is the scope of the alliance’s authority?
On the Brink of Conspiracies: The KGB’s Big Brainwashing of America
Disinformation, fake news or active measures to ideologically subvert the Western world – 38 years ago a former KGB agent, Yuri Bezmenov exposed Soviet techniques to ideologically undermine the Western world. The ideological capture of some Western institutions bears an uncanny resemblance to what he described as the KGB’s plan to demoralise the American society.
The Modern Conservative: David Cameron’s Legacy
It has been six years since David Cameron’s resignation in 2016. Though he served for six years, his legacy will forever be boiled down to Brexit.
Marking the Bicentenary of Hungary’s National Poet, Sándor Petőfi
2022-2023 is dedicated to the bicentenary of Hungary’s greatest national poet, Sándor Petőfi. He is one of the internationally best-known Hungarian poets and the most influential representative of Hungarian Romanticism. He has given his life for his ultimate ideal – the liberty and independence of Hungary.
The New President of Jobbik and His Scandalous Past
Márton Gyöngyösi, the new president of the party proposed to draw up a list of Jewish people in the country, since he thought they are a risk to national security.
‘Most Faithful unto Death’
As colonel commandant, Kováts’s main mission was to train a cavalry in the tradition of Hungarian hussar tactics. Within months, the legion had become the best-trained and most reputable cavalry unit fighting in the Continental Army.
An Unprecedented Win for the Right
The rainbow coalition envisioned in the opposition party headquarters and progressive think tanks did not necessarily resonate with the wishes and expectations of the Hungarian voters.
A Victory ‘Visible Even from the Moon’ – Lessons and Challenges of Securing a Fourth Term for Fidesz
It seems that the louder the international left fights for Hungarian ‘democracy’, the stronger the Fidesz governments the democracy in question elects.