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Outside observers are bewildered by the fact that Hungarian premier Viktor Orbán's much criticised government has gained a second term, once again with a two thirds majority in parliament. This article argues that the key to understanding Orbán's success is the failure of the Hungarian Left.
A war of numbers has erupted in Hungary, with the opposition blaming the government for increasing migration from Hungary. Migration abroad and especially to the European Union countries has increased in recent years, but it is still lower than in most other countries of the region. Migration expert Irén Gödri elaborates.
With the energy future of the Visegrad region still in limbo, Hungary is taking unexpected steps to secure its position with the help of Russian financing and technology. Was the deal signed to supply the German industry with a cheap source of energy?

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