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Martin Schulz’s trip to Poland may have revealed one of the most important factors influencing Polish politics in recent years: Donald Tusk’s ambitions for European office.
Compact, simple, and even transportable, Odoo house represents the opportunity for a new, healthier lifestyle more in balance with the environment than typical urban living.
If Scheppele has objections to Fidesz politically, she is free to voice them, but she overstates her case against Hungary’s current legal order with inaccurate information and irresponsible accusations.
By casting the confrontation between the free West and the communist East in moral terms, Thatcher gave courage to opponents of communism and hope to its victims.
My generation has become a hostage to the easy consumption it has enjoyed for free for so long. The best response lies, first of all, in young people reexamining their own mindsets.
The Constitutional Court on Tuesday struck down the government’s law, thereby restoring hundreds of churches’ official status. Now is a good time to reflect upon the proper relationship between religion and government in Hungary.