In recent years, under the government of Viktor Orbán, Hungary has frequently assumed staunch stances: on immigration (erecting a barrier on the border with Serbia), on national sovereignty (challenging new EU budget criteria), on gender theory (banning propaganda of transgenderism and homosexuality aimed to children). All this attracted a lot of criticism against Budapest.
In that installment the Hungarian views are explained by Dr. BALÁZS ORBÁN, Minister of State for Parliamentary and Strategic Affairs, Deputy Minister of Prime Minister’s Office, and Chairman of the Board of Mathias Corvinus Collegium Foundation.
Ep. 3 of “Machiavelli Talks”, the new series of international debates by the Machiavelli Center for Political and Strategic Studies. Hosted by Daniele Scalea (President of the Machiavelli Center), with the participation of Marcell Dengi (former MCC Fellow at the Machiavelli Center).