Protection of the Rights and Promotion of the Interests of National Minorities in a New Era
Russia’s aggression against Ukraine not only opened a new era in geopolitics but also affected the political framework for the protection of national minorities.
Giving the Eagle Back Its Claws: The Bundeswehr’s Future Modernization Programme
In the present circumstances, even the smallest change affecting the Bundeswehr could be the source of prolonged political debates that not only protract the deployment of forces and the acquisition of equipment, but also greatly hinder effectiveness.
European Union Sanctions and the Question of Energy Security
The general switchover must be a deliberate and incremental process, mindful of the specific situation and the needs of each member state.
A Voice out of the Whirlwind
Maistre associated the Protestant cult of books and philosophers with individualism, which he saw as the root cause of all the problems of his age.
Hungarian University in the Focus of International Attention
‘Universities nowadays also have a regional development function, in addition to maintaining and strengthening their high- quality core activities.’
Why Are the Middle Ages Showcased as the Ultimate Evil?
Reclaiming Europe’s medieval history will be an essential task for those of us seeking to preserve the foundations of Judeo-Christian civilization and culture.
Stability versus Foreign Influence: Hungary and the Open Society Foundations
The current article describes the conflicts that exist between the Hungarian conservative government defending national interests and policies used by the OSF to interfere in Hungary’s domestic affairs. The aims of the OSF will be interpreted in the context of history, culture, and geopolitics.
The Politicization of Medical Science in the COVID Crisis and Its Causes
The politicization of medical science in the context of the COVID crisis is another building block in the construction of a socialist system that will enable even more effective surveillance and repression due to digitalization, in the form of a ‘cybernetic socialism’.
How France and the French Army Are Addressing the Ukrainian Conflict
This war should never have led the EU, and France in particular, to side with one of the belligerents.
On War as an Act of Love
Love used to define war, and the love that avoided nuclear war when logic would have held it inevitable seems to have begun to limit the wars that would kill what you love.