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After Orban Election Victory, Critical Media Takes Another Big Hit in Hungary
Former Magyar Nemzet deputy editor: independent media should prepare for "worst-case scenario." From the International Press Institute.



Orban’s Victory Knocks Out a Media Critic
Closure of a daily and radio station owned by opposition magnate tightens the ruling party’s grip on tools of power.



A Slow Poison for Europe
While predictable, Fidesz’s massive victory in Hungary still inspires awe about the trajectory of once one of the EU’s most promising new member states.



Fidesz Likely to Win Upcoming Hungarian Elections
While ruling party and far-right run anti-immigration campaigns, mainstream opposition groups are banking on anti-corruption platform. 



Wanted: New Gardeners
The citizens of Hungary and Bulgaria must learn again how to cultivate media freedom before once fertile ground turns irreversibly into a journalistic wasteland.



Orban Cranks Up the Conspiracy Talk as Voting Day Nears
Unnamed adversaries ‘want to take our country from us,’ Hungarian leader tells supporters.



Satan’s Hand in the Budapest Metro
The head of Budapest’s public transport system stood in the way of a Russian metro company’s business, with more than 200 million euros at stake. That didn't last long. From VSquare.



Hungary Keeps Central European University on Ice
School says it has satisfied demands of a new law, but the government keeps toying with an institution it regards as a bastion of liberalism.



Polish Extremists Suspected in Ukraine Arson
Ukrainian officials hint at Russian involvement in two attempts to burn down a building used by the Hungarian minority.



Orban’s Party Loses Stronghold to Opposition
Independent elected mayor in a town seen as staunchly loyal to the ruling Fidesz party.