A movement of radical and anti-semitic Hungarians is growing in the wake of Prime Minister Orbán, and it seems there's no authority to stop it.
It's the most visible step by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government against "gender madness," but it's also part of a broader ideological offensive — one that takes aim at moderates in the ruling Fidesz party, too.
Viktor Orban visited Benjamin Netanyahu this week in a meeting that alarmed many observers: Two "illiberals" telling the world they’re doing our own thing. It's both a phenomenon and problem, says Norbert Mappes-Niediek.
Hungary is taking action against NGOs, using increasingly stringent laws and dubious methods. In a major shift, Open Society Foundations — backed by George Soros — has decided to move to Berlin. Keno Verseck reports.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was just reelected using rhetoric described as intimidating and xenophobic. Will that kind of nationalist vision decide the future of Europe? DW sat down with MEP György Schöpflin.
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