It's not a good night for the "more Europe" philosophy as Hungary's Viktor Orban won reelection with a super-majority.
100,000 ounces heading back to Budapest
In an interview with a local TV broadcaster, Hungary Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, blamed George Soros for encouraging immigration and changing Europe's population.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's nationalist government introduced legislation that would empower the interior minister to ban non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that support migration and pose a "national security risk".
The US State Department has announced that it is going to spend a million dollars to prop up anti-government newspapers in the Hungarian countryside, which would have a direct effect on the upcoming Hungarian elections. Isn't this what the US claims
Over the past several months we've frequently noted the devolving relationship between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and billionaire financier George Soros. Tensions escalated last month when Orban took it upon himself to mail a Soros-relate
Hypocrisy may be the only consistent guiding principle of US foreign policy. Here's a prime example of the "do as we say, not as we do" that is the core of how Washington does business overseas: In the same week that the the US Justice Departme
Hungary is set to launch another state "national consultation" about US financier and philanthropist George Soros, the government said Tuesday, six months before expected general elections.
The Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban, whom the President of the European Commission famously called "the dictator of Europe" said that Mr. George Soros and his empire of NGOs undermine the national interests of Hungarians, precipitating a da
The activities of organizations funded by US billionaire investor George Soros in Hungary are "anti-democratic," as they want to undermine the government in Budapest, the foreign minister of Hungary told RT.
The Conservative Tribune reports, President-elect Donald Trump hasn't even taken office, but one European nation has begun acting on his message of strength and national sovereignty. In a bold move designed to reverse the crushing tide of open-bord
Hungary plans to crack down on non-governmental organizations linked to billionaire George Soros now that Donald Trump will occupy the White House, according to the deputy head of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party.