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U.S. undermining Hungary to undermine Russia*

U.S. undermining Hungary to undermine Russia*

By Pyotr Iskenderov

The United States and the European Union have unleashed a «war of sanctions» against Russia. Now many start to doubt the wisdom of this policy. 1,350 more words


Sziget 2015 tickets on sale from 3rd November

Organisers of Hungarian festival Sziget have announced ticket sale plans for the 23rd edition of the island festival next August.

The festival, which takes place along the Danube on the island of Sziget in Budapest, is often compared to Glastonbury for its atmosphere, arts and the huge variety of cultural pursuits on offer. 221 more words


Hungarian Fund Denies Backing to Historic Epic

Award-winning director Gyorgy Palfi’s bid for money was voted down 

Hungary’s national film fund has told one of the country’s top young directors that it won’t back his new project. 461 more words


Hungary plans per-gigabyte "internet tax" on service providers

Hungarian internet service providers will be forced to pay a new “internet tax” on the data use they enable, if the country’s parliament passes a new tax bill. 279 more words

Full scholarships for master programs at the CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY (CEU) Budapest, Hungary

One-year Master’s degree programs

One-year Master’s degree programs at CEU typically run for 10 months, admitting students who have a four-year Bachelor’s degree. They include an orientation session, two 12-week semesters, and a two-month Spring Session where students prepare their thesis or research. 273 more words

Internetadó Magyarországon

Internetadó Magyarországon – Internet Tax in Hungary

forrás: http://www.parlament.hu
file neve: 01705.pdf
teljes elérési út: http://www.parlament.hu/irom40/01705/01705.pdf

Érkezett: 2014 OKT 21. 623 more words



Hahaa, now that’s a way to start a post. Two major scandals have erupted in Hungary over the course of the last week or so. While I am, as usual, highly sceptical of the outcome, anything that breaks the ice around the government is a welcome development. 982 more words