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3/3/21, 3:28 PM

EPP vs. Fidesz: Six observations

Fidesz has left the European People’s Party’s (EPP) parliamentary group. The two year long drama between the EU’s Christian-Democrat umbrella party and it’s strongest performing (in terms of electoral results) single member has thus essentially come to an end. What happened is in the news: Fidesz has left the EPP’s parliamentary group.
2/25/21, 9:50 AM
Author: Corvinák

Introducing the Budapest Fellows (MCC Podcast)

Péter speaks to George Bogden and Stephen Sholl about their experiences in Hungary and the similarities (and differences) between Central Europe and the USA.
2/8/21, 10:05 AM

Big Techs and politics: the self-proclaimed fifth power

Do we want to sail those waters preserving our democracies or are we ready to trade our rights for a couple of clicks to a trust of “illuminated” Big Techs? By Rodrigo Ballester.
2/4/21, 4:20 PM
Author: Corvinák

The future of the EU: messianic or pragmatic?

Our guest is the Head of the Centre for European Affairs at MCC, Rodrigo Ballester.
1/29/21, 1:02 PM

How the EU mismanaged its Covid vaccination campaign

Why are some non-EU countries better than the EU at vaccinating their citizens against the Covid virus? By Boris Kálnoky.
1/28/21, 9:23 AM
Author: Corvinák

Ukraine: a country at war

In this episode we welcomed our first foreign guest, Dmytro Tuzhanskyi, Ukranian journalist and political analyst.
1/14/21, 2:45 PM
Author: Corvinák

Truth is tyrannical (?)

In this episode Péter speaks to Rusty Reno, Editor of First Things magazine.
1/11/21, 12:27 PM

The art of the veto, the art of the deal

Now, as the "media noise" is dying away it's worth looking back to the Hungarian-Polish veto of 2020. Was it something actually extraordinary in the way the majority of the media coverage presented? Or not at all? A unique analysis by Rodrigo Ballester.
12/17/20, 1:23 PM
Author: Corvinák

Post-Liberal? Post-Christian? New MCC Podcast with Gladden Pappin

In this podcast Péter speaks to Gladden Pappin, assistant professor of politics at the University of Dallas, co-founder and deputy editor of the American Affairs journal.
12/15/20, 11:13 AM
Author: Corvinák

The Failure of Globalization and the Return of Nations

The pandemic has demonstrated all the limits of the open society without borders and underlined the importance of nations as entities capable of helping citizens in times of difficulty. A political analysis by Italian thinker and President of Nazione Futura, Francesco Giubilei.

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