Hungary

Hungary Holds Parliamentary Elections

In countries around the world, elections without a free press are a dire reality

Opinion: The rise of authoritarianism in places like Hungary and Venezuela are chilling reminders that we can’t be complacent about freedoms or a free press
People hold placard during a protest in Heroesí square against a new law that would undermine Central European University in Budapest

Losing the struggle for Europe

From the rise of nationalist forces to Russian interference to Brexit, Europe is under attack and on the edge of disintegration
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Michael Ignatieff’s looming battle with Hungary

The former Liberal leader says the university he runs in Hungary—backed by George Soros—is being ’targeted’ by the government
Hungarian migrant quota referendum in Budapest

Hungary: A new threat to the EU

Viktor Orban—an anti-immigration nationalist who wants to make his country great again—is reshaping Hungary.
A defaced part of a World War Two memorial, of which the centrepiece was installed overnight after months of delay, is pictured in Budapest

’A living horror’: A statue rewrites Hungary’s messy history

A monument meant to remember the victims of Nazi occupation has instead shown a present-day effort to ignore a terrible past
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Letters: More Chris Hadfield, less Rob Ford, please

Maclean’s readers have lots to say about the top newsmakers of 2013
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Hungary’s far-right turn

What’s behind Budapest’s sudden and extreme political shift?
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Paul Wells explains why Canada’s policy on Roma refugees hits a flat note

A ’Gypsy’ jazz man on why so many of his people flee to Canada