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The Ukraine war casts doubts on the Paks project

Tuesday, March 8th, 2022

A left-wing commentator believes that after Russian troops shot salvos at the Zaporizhie nuclear power station, the project of building of two new giant blocks next to the Paks nuclear power station should be scrapped. READ MORE

The fallout of the Ukraine war on Hungary

Monday, March 7th, 2022

Pundits and political analysts across the political spectrum ponder if and how the Ukraine war might impact the party preferences of Hungarians and therefore the outcome of the Parliamentary election in four weeks’ time. READ MORE

Different takes on Hungary’s dependency on Russian gas

Friday, March 4th, 2022

A pro-government columnist lambasts the opposition for demanding more independence from Russian energy imports. A liberal pundit accuses the government of compromising moral values by doing business with authoritarian regimes. READ MORE

Commentators quarrel over Hungary’s stance on Ukraine

Thursday, March 3rd, 2022

A centrist analyst finds the government’s support for Ukraine at best lukewarm. A right-wing commentator accuses the opposition of spinning what he calls absurd conspiracy theories. READ MORE

Hungary blocks the transit of lethal weapons to Ukraine

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022

A pro-government and a left-wing columnist disagree fiercely on the government’s decision not to send weapons and not even allow their transfer to Ukraine from NATO and EU countries on Hungarian soil. READ MORE

Tens of thousands flee Ukraine

Tuesday, March 1st, 2022

A pro-government commentator contrasts the tens of thousands of ‘white and Christian genuine refugees’ from Ukraine, with those he calls illegal migrants coming from distant countries. A left-wing columnist finds such distinctions racist. READ MORE

Repercussions of the killing of Iranian General Suleimani

Thursday, January 9th, 2020

A conservative analyst thinks that the assassination of Quassim Suleimani will worsen US-Iranian relations, but he is hopeful that the skirmish will not lead to outright war between the two states. READ MORE

Liberal media accused of double standards

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

A pro-government commentator predicts that the Western liberal media will remain silent about the suffering caused by the US-led coalition’s siege of Mosul.  READ MORE

Escalation of Syrian crisis feared

Thursday, November 26th, 2015

Commenting on the downing of the Russian jet, columnists on Left and Right think that after the incident, it is unlikely that Russia will work with NATO to jointly restore peace in Syria. READ MORE

Europe’s war on terror

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

Conservative pundits claim that the great powers are going to war in Syria to promote their own geopolitical interests rather than to fight terrorism. Far from making Europe safer, attacking Syria may deepen the terror problem, they suggest. READ MORE