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Kommentare und Analysen

Abhängiger, ungleicher, früher tot: Wohin Viktor Orbáns illiberale Demokratie führt

Von Ulf Brunnbauer

AfD, Trump und Co: Viele aus dem extremistischen und populistischen Spektrum bewundern Viktor Orbán und könnten ihm bald auch in Westeuropa und den USA in Regierungsämtern nacheifern. Doch wohin führt das? In Ungarn zeigt sich, wie autoritäre Politik Probleme der Menschen verschärft, von der Wirtschaft bis hin zur Gesundheit.

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Corona in Ost- und Südosteuropa

Cracks in the Machine? The COVID-19 Crisis and Strains on Viktor Orbán’s System of Rule

Von Gábor Egry

The crisis so far revealed how much the Prime Minister lost control of events for a while as soon as he was facing a real threat.

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Corona in Ost- und Südosteuropa

Illiberalism Unmasked? Covid Crisis, Economic Relief and Viktor Orbán’s Ideology

Von Gábor Egry

It is not individual merit that counts in Orbán’s world, but how much one is considered to fulfill duty for the nation, like the new elite.

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Corona in Ost- und Südosteuropa

Potemkinsche Krankenhäuser

Von Annina Gagyiova

Wie Viktor Orbán Schwerstkranke gefährdet und den Coronavirus zum Abbau der Demokratie in Ungarn nutzt.

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Corona in Ost- und Südosteuropa

Die Corona-Pandemie in Südosteuropa

Die Corona-Krise fördert im östlichen Europa Gutes wie Schlechtes zutage.

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Aktuelles

Hungary on the Way from a Liberal to an Illiberal System. Introductory Remarks

András Inotai (Budapest), 31 August 2015.

The idea of preparing a thematic issue on Hungary goes back one and a half years. The initiative started in February 2014 – shortly before the end of Viktor Orbán’s second four-year parliamentary cycle, precisely two months before the elections. Almost four years of government should be sufficient to evaluate the main goals, achievements, instruments, costs, and consequences of this period. We were fully aware of the fact that the analyses in this volume would – at least partly – address the situation and developments after the parliamentary elections of 2014 as well. The authors were invited to publish on selected issues of Hungarian development covering the past 25 years, with particular attention to the period between 2010 and 2014/15. The main aim of this undertaking is to shed light on several challenging and, to an extent, controversial developments in Hungary. On the other hand, this publication is intended to provide orientation for policy makers, experts and, not least, a wider public interested in the rapidly evolving political, institutional, economic, social, and psychological situation in this EU member state.

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