Dalibor ROHAC: The Europe after Visegrad
Dalibor ROHAC

Dalibor ROHAC

The Europe after Visegrad

The inevitable split of the Visegrad Group does not discredit Central Europe. A rejection of the often disingenuous and pro-Russian ‘conservatism’ of Orban’s party is, in fact, a necessary precondition for the rest of the region to assert itself as a serious, constructive player.

Prof. Žiga TURK: Ever Closer Union or Ever Stronger Union?
Prof. Žiga TURK

Prof. Žiga TURK

Ever Closer Union or Ever Stronger Union?

There are two futures of Europe. Since the Treaty of Rome, the Treaties have included the ambition to forge “an ever-closer union” among the people (not peoples) of Europe. And then there is George H. W. Bush’s vision of Europe, “whole and free”.

Katalin NOVÁK: The Hungarian model of family support - politics supporting demography
Katalin NOVÁK

Katalin NOVÁK

The Hungarian model of family support - politics supporting demography

“Ten years ago, when we won the elections with a 2/3 majority, we made a decision in Hungary that we would come out of the economic, political and moral crisis by focusing not only on economic growth, but also on supporting families. Our primary goal to this day remains stopping the process of population decline. Hungary’s pro-family policy is unique in the world,” writes Katalin NOVÁK