Rajcsányi Gellért

2013. május 9. 11:54
A Balaton ringó, a Káli-medence pedig fényre való az Amorf Lovagok új dala szerint. Tövisházi Ambrussal beszélgettünk az országjáró Napséta történetéről.
2013. április 29. 15:35
March of the Living for historical remembrance and solidarity. Critical Mass for a renewed and liveable city. And both events on the first warm and sunny days of the spring. After a long, cold winter, could this be a sign of hope for more normalcy in Hungarian public life?
2013. április 18. 17:08
Viviane Reding has a sense for politics, clearly. But if she aspires to become one of the leading figures of European politics – and in her straightforward way, she does – then she should demonstrate a sense for diplomacy too.
2013. április 17. 08:36
Hungary is popping up in the international media a lot these days. Today, I thought it would be interesting to hear what real, live Hungarians think about what they’re saying about Hungary. A video report.
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2013. március 1. 15:28
Earlier this week, the US Congress convened a hearing entitled, “Anti-Semitism: A Growing Threat to All Faiths.” Included on the panel of witnesses speaking about trends in Europe was Dr. Tamás Fellegi, Budapest native and son of Holocaust survivors. The former government minister’s testimony, which repeated the Government of Hungary’s policy of zero tolerance of anti-Semitism and anti-Roma views, received widespread coverage. Hungarian Globe Editor Gellért Rajcsányi reached Dr. Fellegi by phone in Washington, D.C. following the hearing.
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2013. február 25. 14:02
Bizonytalanság és feszültség jellemzi az olaszországi parlamenti választásokat: közel ezer alsó- és felsőházi parlamenti képviselőről döntenek a válságba belefáradt választók. A nagypolitikai folyamatokról eleget írtak a lapok – de mit gondolnak maguk a választók? Itália különböző részein élő olaszokat kérdeztünk meg hazájuk közéletéről.
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2013. február 22. 10:04
A satirical cartoon that appeared recently on a new, very politically incorrect Hungarian website depicts a short dialogue between party activists. "Who are we?" asks a fictitious supporter. "Eco-social, alternative-globalized, green, left-wing grassroot-democrats!" comes the answer. "And what the hell do we need?" the questioner continues. Reply: "Yet another party!" The party, of course, is the LMP, and to many who followed their recent split, the joke was spot on.
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2013. február 6. 12:55
In 2010, Fideszland was born. At that time I began a piece on the topic, and I have continued to write it ever since. Consider the following short paragraphs as if they were Post-Its clinging to an unfinished article covering an ongoing story about a never-ending topic: the status of the Hungarian Right.
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2013. február 4. 11:06
The chill of winter finds most of us wrapped in coats and scarves, yet some might go without such protection in solidarity with the homeless, eeking out survival on the icy streets and snow-laden parks. The situation of homeless citizens in Hungary, as it is in many other countries, remains an intractable problem. However, that this is a universal issue doesn’t diminish our society’s responsibility.
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2013. január 18. 13:40
Just months ago the Együtt 2014 (Together 2014) movement seemed to embody a new wave of opposition politics in Hungary. This was, it appeared, an emerging power capable of focusing the scattered energies of the leftist and liberal opposition into a single, powerful force. But as quickly as it rose, Együtt 2014 has fallen back into the ranks of small-party neophytes. They may have smart party leadership, but Együtt 2014 lacks something vital: an organization with real activists and supporters.
2013. január 15. 08:56
The significance of the student protests of December in Hungary should not be underestimated or, for that matter, overblown either. To the extent that these are apolitical groups, they are finding their own voice, articulating demands and organizing, and that should always be considered an encouraging sign in our young democracy. Any real public debate of current events is welcomed. Higher education reform remains a real issue and this could prove yet to be a high stakes matter for the government.
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Faces from Facebook
2012. november 13. 06:56
A real people's movement or just a virtual Facebook page? Leaders of the new opposition or just a bunch of political amateurs? The Milla movement is a new phenomenon on the Hungarian political scene, but some have doubts about what they and the Together 2014 coalition can really achieve in the coming years.
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2012. november 5. 08:11
A number of exciting and progressive ideas are presented by a newly launched Hungarian Roma blog, the Cool Romani. Rising above the tension between Roma and Non-Roma societies, the blog presents positive examples of how society is served by promoting diversity and cooperation.
2012. október 22. 17:33
Gordon Bajnai's return to politics comes as no suprise. Nor should it surprise that the left-liberal opposition to Viktor Orbán's government remains so fragmented that it is incapable of taking any steps together in the same direction. Cooperation among the opposition will prove difficult.
2012. október 12. 10:30
More than a decade into the 21st century, Admiral Miklós Horthy's legacy is still a matter of hot political debate in Hungary. While not surprising, it has become somewhat tragicomic. Horthy is a part of our history. We have certainly had better leaders than Horthy. But we have also had worse. Could sober minds find some less-controversial and more acceptable historical figures to honor?
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2012. október 4. 09:45
The Movement for a Better Hungary, or Jobbik as it is known in Hungarian, a surprisingly strong, radical right-wing party, seemingly came from nowhere. The media howled in 2009 and 2010, when, after years of Hungarian politics without radicals, Jobbik won 14 percent of the vote in the Hungarian elections for the European parliament and 16 percent of the vote in the elections for the Hungarian parliament. What is Jobbik? Did it really come from nowhere? Or is it just a new version of an old political tradition?
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2012. szeptember 21. 07:40
My father, who lives in the countryside, recently said that he has noticed a conspicuous change in Budapest over the last few years. No, it is not the cleanliness of the streets, which are just as dirty as ever. It is not the hectic metropolitan life, which has not slowed down. It is the number of bicyclists, which has grown steadily over the last several years. It has changed the urban landscape of Budapest, and the city will never be the same. The cyclists have invaded the concrete jungle thanks to many efforts, but especially to the Critical Mass movement. Now the movement has bid farewell. Can they claim victory?
2012. szeptember 18. 13:13
Only complex reintegration programmes and the consistent implementation of the national social inclusion strategy can address the complex problems arising from Roma settlements, says Lívia Járóka, Hungarian Member of the European Parliament. We asked Járóka, the first Roma MEP from Central Europe and a member of the governing conservative Fidesz party, about the Roma situation in Hungary and in Europe.

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