Category Archives: Magyar külpolitika

Orbán’s government tried to hide sensitive information on €1.5B Chinese university project

To please China, Orbán’s government shifted plans to favor Fudan’s campus over Student City

Huge Chinese loan to cover the construction of Fudan University in Budapest

Chinese workers will construct Fudan’s Budapest campus using Chinese building materials, all covered by a Chinese loan, but the Hungarian state is the one paying the huge bill. Fudan University has already picked a contractor: state-owned China State Construction Engineering Corporation, a company embroiled in suspicions of corruption and espionage in several countries around the world.

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Chinese spy games in Orbán’s Hungary

A fugitive wanted for murder became a businessman in Budapest under false identity

How Orban played Germany, Europe’s great power

Huawei is slowly pushed out from European 5G networks but the Orban government still supports them

“Mr. Russia” is now helping Viktor Orbán’s government to nurture German relations

People close to Orban’s advisor appear in controversial Russia-connected megaproject

How once cherished Iranians became coronavirus scapegoats in Orban’s Hungary

Orbán’s media machine in the Balkans investigated for suspicious transactions

Hungary pressured by diplomats to stop blocking NATO-Ukraine talks

U.S. is still trying to push out the Russian-led bank from Hungary

Companies close to Orbán’s allies will operate Hungarian trading houses in the Balkan

How Viktor Orban got involved in Trump’s Ukraine scandal

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

The Russians are poised to benefit from international deal financed by Hungary

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

MP of Hungary’s strongest opposition party has ties to the government’s controversial trading house business