UK: Head of RAF recruitment resigns as sources claim filling vacancies is hampered by diversity targets
Defense sources told British news outlets that there has been an “effective pause” on the recruitment of White male applicants in order to cater for more women and ethnic minorities
Romania’s top court bans Hungarian-language Catholic school
The school, built with Hungarian aid, is a thorn for the Romanian majority
Hungary proposes rules defending national minorities to Council of Europe
Hungary has a vested interest in the issue of national minority protection because many ethnic Hungarians live in neighboring countries
The EU wants to homogenize European cultural diversity, writes Hungarian researcher for Newsweek
A Europe of different peoples and traditions — when those people and traditions happen to be European minorities — is not the Europe the EU wants
We need a Europe of strong nations, Hungarian justice minister says
Europe needs to consist of strong nation-states, Minister of Justice Judit Varga said in a summer university speech
Court should reinstate former Transylvanian bishop’s state award
László Tőkés called for Transylvania to be a protectorate of Hungary
EU court rules in favor of Transylvanian bishop and politician in flag case
Romanian authorities ordered removal of Szekler flag
Romanian president praises ethnic Hungarians on March 15 for first time since taking office
He was the first president to break with the March 15 message tradition to Hungarians, but has since returned to it
MP for Romanian minorities is a convicted man
Adrian Merka was sentenced to one and a half years, suspended, for abuse of office
‘Hungarian dogs go home’ – Ukrainian nationalists threaten ethnic Hungarians
Romania shocked by vintage globe in PM Orbán’s office – commentary
1862 globe shows the borders as they were at the time
Ethnic Hungarians’ party asks EPP to take action against Romanian president’s nationalist speech
Hate speech cannot be tolerated
Romanian president’s statement about Hungary ‘uncivilized and inciting hatred’: Hungarian FM Szijjártó
Romanian President accuses Hungary of secessionism
Hungarian minority gets New Year’s surprise from Ukrainian president
First Ukrainian president to address the minority in its own language
Croatian PM irked by map of greater Hungary featured at Orbán meeting
The picture was taken at a Fidesz party presidency meeting
Tamás Menczer: In Hungary, Hungarian foreign policy must be pursued
Hungary will fight for Hungarians living beyond its borders.
Hungary’s minority rights demand included in NATO-Ukraine declaration
The document includes a call to respect minority rights.
Romanian senate votes down Hungarian education proposal
The Romanian senate voted down a Hungarian education draft.
Transylvanian monk receives Hungarian cultural award
Franciscan monk Csaba Böjte, whose foundation operates several orphanages in Transylvania received the Pro Cultura Hungarica award in Budapest on the Day of Hungarian Culture.
Romania: Centenary celebrations and a harsh reality
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.
Columnist: Romania, where time has frozen
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.
Romania seizes Transylvanian Reformed Church property
The Supreme Court of Romania rejected an appeal by the Transylvanian Reformed Church, effectively re-nationalizing the Székely Mikó College in Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfântu Gheorghe in Romanian).
Romania expels French writer sympathetic to ethnic Hungarians
Romania denied entry to controversial French writer Raoul Weiss for “posing a real, actual and severe threat to national security,” Romanian news portal stiripesurse.ro writes.