Péter Krekó

is the director of Political Capital Institute, a think-tank based in Budapest, Hungary. He is also an assistant professor at ELTE University, and a co-chair of the EU Radicalisation Awareness Network Prevention working group.

Articles

Cover for: The fear of being torn apart

The fear of being torn apart

Hungary, Estonia and Belgium before the EP elections

The products of Hungary’s post-truth laboratory are being received with increasing scepticism, while in Estonia the European elections will be a test of nerve following March’s general election. In Belgium, at least, things are just about holding together.

Cover for: Don't ignore the Left!

Don't ignore the Left!

Connections between Europe's radical Left and Russia

It’s not just Europe’s far right parties; the radical Left too has both personal and political connections to the Kremlin, write Péter Krekó and Lóránt Gyori. Moreover, the old “comrade networks” of Soviet times remain active.

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