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12/2011
Quo vadis, Hungaria? Kritik der ungarischen Vernunft

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Quo vadis, Hungaria?
Joachim von Puttkamer
Blicke auf ein gespaltenes Land. Die ungarische Nation und ihre Geschichte

Politik und Recht

László Darvasi
Das Land der Lautsprecher
Ellen Bos
Ungarn unter Spannung. Zur Tektonik des politischen Systems
András Bozóki
Autoritäre Versuchung. Die Krise der ungarischen Demokratie
Bálint Magyar
Autokratie in Aktion. Ungarn unter Orbán
Krisztina Koenen
Feinde, überall Feinde. Die Welt, wie sie Viktor Orbán sieht
Rudolf Ungváry
"Tief ist der Brunnen der Vergangenheit". Ungarns gescheiterte Übergänge nach Europa
Herbert Küpper
Mit Mängeln. Ungarns neues Grundgesetz
Gábor Halmai
Hochproblematisch. Ungarns neues Grundgesetz
Mária Vásárhelyi
Angriff auf die Pressefreiheit. Die Medienpolitik der Fidesz-Regierung
Zoltán Kiszelly
Laboratorium der Politik. Ungarns Parteien und ihre Wähler
Karin Rogalska
Wider den "Viktátor". Ungarn auf der Straße
Jürgen Dieringer, Ákos Tóth
Ungarns Europapolitik. Geschichte und Befindlichkeiten
Ungarn unter Orbán: Chronik eines Systemumbaus

Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft

Esther Kinsky
Hinterland. Oder: punk is not d
Sándor Richter
Im Würgegriff des Populismus. Ungarns Volkswirtschaft
András Deák
An der Weggabelung. Der Energiesektor in Ungarn
Antal Örkény
Die Untertanen. Nationale Identität und Geschichtsbewusstsein
Heiko Fürst
Über die Grenzen. Die ungarische Nation als Konfliktfaktor
Kornélia Magyar
Elend. Roma in Ungarn
Terror gegen Roma. Eine Chronik

Erinnerung und Kultur

Zsófia Bán
Der Sommer unseres Missvergnügens. Die negative Befähigung als Ausweg
Krisztián Ungváry
"Lager und Fahne sind eins". Fatale Traditionen in Ungarns Erinnerungskultur
Balázs Ablonczy
Trauma, Tabu, Kult. Trianon und die Auslandsungarn
Ferenc Laczó
Ungarn und der Holocaust. Geschichtspolitik und historische Verantwortung
Gerhard Seewann
Fremde im Spiegel. Bilder von Ungarn und Deutschland
Dorothea Redepenning
Ein kosmopolitischer Patriot. Franz Liszt und Ungarn
László J. Györi
Zwischen Romantik und Atonalität. Wege der ungarischen Musik im 20. Jh.
Attila Bombitz
Grausam und rätselhaft. Zeitgenössische ungarische Literatur
András Rényi
Staatskunst und ihre Abgründe. Ein Gespräch über den Geist der Zeit

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