Result by Hungary tag - 8 items found


Europe’s New Right Sounds Like the Old Left

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Nationalist parties are winning votes by adopting ‘leftwing’ ideas, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Financial Times)


Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Anton Shekhovtsov, Senior Visiting Fellow at the Legatum Institute, presented his new paper, ‘Is Transition Reversible? The Case of Central Europe’, in conversation with Anne Applebaum and Slawomir Sierakowski.


Is Transition Reversible? The Case of Central Europe

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Anton Shekhovtsov, Legatum Institute Visiting Senior Fellow, is the author of a new paper that seeks to identify patterns of illiberalism across countries in Central Europe, and offers recommendations for how to reverse these trends.


Migrant Crisis in Hungary

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Anne Applebaum, Director of the Legatum Institute's Transitions Forum, participated in an ABC podcast on Hungary's struggle to meet the challenge of the thousands seeking escape from violence in places like Syria and Iraq.


What Transition? The Strange Case of Hungary and Romania

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Anton Shekhovtsov, Transitions Forum Visiting Senior Fellow, shared insights from his research on Romania and Hungary’s democratic development—and the threats that might lie ahead—at a roundtable discussion.


It’s Getting Ugly in Hungary

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Desperate to shore up his flagging popularity, Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is embracing the far right, writes Anton Shekhovtsov, Visiting Fellow at the Legatum Institute (Democracy Lab)


Mitteleuropa: History, Freedom and the Future

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Central Europe's past in today's globalised world – a conversation with renowned historian and Oxford University professor, Robert Evans.


Democracy in Decline in Central and Eastern Europe

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Freedom House 'Nations in Transit 2012' report exposes worrying trends for democratic development across Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia.