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Explored commonalities between Ukraine and Russia have since erupted into war
By Will Collins
Breathless media coverage obscures her differences with leaders like Viktor Orbán
The violence in Ukraine might seem distant but the political implications for Hungary are very real
Amid the invasion of Ukraine, Russia’s Eastern European ‘allies’ are recoiling
So why are we using a relatively mild variant as an excuse to freak out and close schools?
The US right embraces Hungary but our folk libertarianism makes it a hard sell
Can Viktor Orbán’s conservatism work in America?
The evidence is in: remote learning doesn’t work
Where Europe ends and the war begins
Giorgia Meloni and the reactionary axis that wasn’t
Even Hungary has soured on Vladimir Putin
A haunting novel remembers 1990s Ukraine
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.