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Orbán’s falsification of history in Budapest

in Culture / Entertainment/History/Politics
The falsification of history in Orban's Hungary. (Photo: public domain)
The falsification of history in Orban's Hungary. (Photo: public domain)

A spectacular city such as Budapest should be free of this kind of detrimental political controversy.

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Jamaica, the alternative German coalition

in Opinion/Politics
Elections: Analysis on German results
Elections: Analysis on German results

Why Daniel would go for “Jamaica” rather than “big,” and what it all means.

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Leipzig to elect two Parliament members

in Leipzig/Politics
Leipzig will elect two members of Parliament this September. (Photo: public domain)
Leipzig will elect two members of Parliament this September. (Photo: public domain)

With the end of the Game of Thrones season, and before winter comes, we have the next best political spectacle of Central Europe: The Game of 630 Thrones!

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3 key factors in the French elections Sunday

in Opinion/Politics

From the elections to be held across Europe this year, none are so transcendental – or so uncertain.

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Orbán and Le Pen: breaking the EU’s cordon sanitaire?

in Politics/Society

Empires don’t fall by peripheries breaking away; their downfall comes when the core melts.

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Orwell: timeless thinker of his own routine?

in Literature/Opinion/Philosophies
Orwell was also a keen observer of the mundane, which also makes his writing timeless. Photo: public domain
Public domain photo

George Orwell’s “prophecies” feeding into “1984” were also (or actually) observations from his daily life in Britain, especially in the immediate aftermath of World War II.

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