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Democracy shouldn't be synonymous with endless fracas

Right after the latest parliamentary elections in Hungary, in April 2014, Kristóf Varga, a public policy analyst and psychologist, was asked why the opposition parties had fared so poorly at the polls.

opposition parties  democracy  kristóf varga


Interview with Joseph Paul Forgas, Hungarian-Australian social psychologist

Hungarians traditionally tend to be passive and distrustful, and in recent years even more so, Joseph Paul Forgas (67), Hungarian-Australian social psychologist says.

eastern europe  social cognition  democracy  joseph forgas


Hungarian PM's speech reaps the whirlwind - a wrap-up of Hungarian media responses

If it's summer in Băile Tușnad (Tusnádfürdő), Harghita county, Romania, this must be Viktor Orbán delivering his annual address during the Bálványos Summer Free University and Student Camp. The polarized Hungarian media have responded profusely.

democracy  speech  viktor orbán  băile tușnad


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