All posts by Panyi Szabolcs

Hungary’s government is quietly neck-deep in the U.S.-Huawei war

Viktor Orban promised something to Vladimir Putin, but the U.S. intervened

How the alliance with Israel has reshaped the politics of Viktor Orban

Both Russian arms dealers Hungary extradited to Moscow instead of the U.S. now set free

Orban promises the U.S. counterintelligence measures against a Russian-led bank

Viktor Orban has secretly promised many things to the U.S. government because they were worried about the Russian-led International Investment Bank’s (IIB) moving to Budapest. Meanwhile, the Hungarian government is trying to reassure U.S. congressmen that everything is OK with the IIB, although many find the bank suspicious.

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I really like Norway! This is how Trump refused Viktor Orban’s deal aimed against NGOs

Trump and Orban to cut billion-dollar arms deals at the possible expense of Hungarian NGOs

Hungary to buy more U.S. weapons as PM Orban gets a White House invitation

Russian-led bank rapidly gearing up in Budapest amid EU and U.S. worries

How we exposed a secret conflict involving Russia, the United States, and Hungary

Magyarországnak ígért milliárdos fejlesztést is érint Trump mexikói határfala

Russian arms dealer busted by U.S. agents in Hungary now out of jail after extradition

Orbán enged az USA-nak, de ő is kiharcolt valamit a katonai megállapodás tervezete szerint

Hungary Buying U.S. Missile System to Mend Ties with Trump Administration

Diplomatic Cable Reveals U.S. Frustrated with Orban’s Hungary

Russian diplomats caught spying in Hungary get expelled quietly as usual

Lord of War in Budapest: The DEA busted two Russian arms dealers and Hungary extradited them to Moscow

Russia and Hungary seemed to clash over the Skripal poisoning. In the background, it was a different story

The expulsions of diplomats after the Skripal poisoning were carefully arranged in a way not to endanger the special relationship between Moscow and Budapest. Documents and interviews show that both countries made efforts not to cause real damage to one another.

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