While it’s no surprise to see China, Russia, and North Korea ranking low on internet freedom, a growing number of restrictions in democracies is worrying.
Viktor Orbán’s closeness to Russia is testing the alliance between Poland and Hungary.
Hungary’s premier won a crushing victory in the April 3 election, registering a two-thirds (and therefore constitution-changing) parliamentary majority.
Russia’s war on Ukraine is changing European politics. But it would be complacent to think that the war will do away with pro-Putin illiberals.
New research indicates that the Hungarian government is succeeding in leveraging social media to sell its illiberal messages among diaspora communities.
Ensuring that Hungary’s parliamentary election in April is free and fair is a vital interest for the transatlantic community
Authoritarian governments from Azerbaijan to Uganda first deployed it. Now democratic EU governments are joining in.
The challenges that the Sino-Hungarian relationship poses to the transatlantic alliance — and what the US should do about it
Belt and Road Initiative investments in Europe seemed the only game in town until recently, but China’s money is now being treated with increasing suspicion.
Are the four Visegrád countries (the V4), Central Europe’s premier club, an illiberal island within the EU, or something more distinctive?