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Is a European Strategy Possible?

At the end of July I attended a talk with Balasz Orbán, political director of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and author of the book “The Hungarian way of strategy”. The talk covered a number of topics that can certainly help to understand the political strategy of Viktor Orbán’s government and the reason why he is supported by the majority of Hungarian people.

Álvaro Peñas

5 min

Questions from Poles to a Frenchman ahead of their referendum on immigration

In the eastern countries of the EU, France has become the poster child of what not to do when it comes to immigration.

Patrick Edery

8 min

The divine fool

On 2 May 1808, while blood was still being shed in the streets of Madrid, Napoleon dined in Bayonne with the “kings” of Spain, Charles IV and his son Ferdinand VII.

Álvaro Peñas

6 min

The danger of a reactionary narrative of ecologists on climate change

As someone who is particularly attracted to ideas contrary to my own and confronting them, I am always astonished when it is no longer allowed to challenge a line of reasoning without being ostracized from society.

Patrick Edery

7 min

Holiday debates on immigration with French 'papys boomers'.

Every year, like many of us, I spend the summer holidays with my family. It's a time for endless political discussions. As someone who enjoys adversarial debate, I must admit that I'm often provocative. I particularly enjoy sparking discussions on immigration with my elders, as our opinions differ so widely on this issue.

Patrick Edery

7 min

Alejandro Peña Esclusa: “We must create a mass movement capable of defeating cultural Marxism”

In my previous article, “That wonderful feeling of normality”, I commented on the enormous variety of debates organised by the Mathias Corvinus Collegium.

Álvaro Peñas

5 min

Monthly Country Report: Hungary

On 8 June, the interior ministers of the 27 EU Member States approved by a qualified majority in Brussels a migration agreement that the European Commission described as "a historic agreement reached this evening between Member States on two key texts of the Pact on Migration and Asylum".

Ferenc Almássy

5 min

That Wonderful Feeling of Normality

The Mathias Corvinus Collegium held the MCC Feszt from 27-29 July, an event that in its third edition brought together thousands of people – more than 47,000 as compared to the 10,000 who had attended it the first time in Esztergom.

Álvaro Peñas

5 min

Indiana Jones and the Lost West

Indiana Jones 5 could be a grave for the Hollywood industry. Several films released by that industry have already flopped this year.

Marco Gallina

6 min

In France, police violence has become systemic since Emmanuel Macron came to power

If you ask a French person if they are going to demonstrate - a commonplace act in any democracy - it is not uncommon for them to reply that they prefer not to take any risks, so virulent has the policing of demonstrations become.

Patrick Edery

8 min

Country report: Germany, July - How the German government tried to undermine parliament

The traffic light government consisting of Social Democrats, Greens and Liberals had wanted to push the "heat turnaround" through the German parliament by brute force.

Marco Gallina

7 min

No Money For Caravaggio

Many would give their eye teeth for the genuine Caravaggio that hangs in the Sanssouci Picture Gallery. It is the famous depiction of Thomas grasping the wound of the Risen Christ.

Marco Gallina

5 min

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