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Half time review

Hungary is now in the depths of its presidential term. I decided to point out some of my reflections on the issue, but I would also ask you to do exactly the same by posting a comment. I wonder how Europeans judge the first-ever Hungarian EU-presidency. The everyday routine of the European (public) administration seems… » read more

Posted by David Korosi

Hungary has been criticised for a lot of actions in the past few months, but nothing serious happened after all. A good old European habit – some could say, because the Union is traditionally hardly able to stick up for its needs effectively. But this time it’s not the matter of political potence, but of… » read more

Posted by David Korosi

Herman van Rompuy in Budapest

Honestly, nothing new was revealed at today’s conference in Budapest, where European Council president Mr. Herman van Rompuy addressed the audience, in the company of Mr. János Martonyi (Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs) and Mr. József Pálinkás (president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Nevertheless, it was worth seeing. See some of the reasons. First… » read more

Posted by David Korosi