The European Commission deliberately looks the other way when it comes to national minorities and there is a political motive behind this, wrote Hungarian researcher Balázs Tárnok in an opinion piece for Newsweek. Many Europeans belong to a cultural, linguistic, or ethnic group within a member state that differs from the majority. For example, the […]
Romania is gearing up for celebrating 100 years since it received the former Hungarian territories that doubled its size, but realities on the ground give little reason for joy, Magyar Idők columnist Tibor Fábián writes.
The fact that barely a month before Romania assumes the revolving presidency of the European Union it has re-nationalized a property of the Hungarian Reformed Church which shows that the country has no respect for the rule of law, Magyar Hírlap columnist Sándor Faggyas writes.
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