For those less familiar with the state of things in Hungary, a range of items from Gábor Halmai, one of the national collaborators in this project, is collected here to provide context for the project interest in this case.
In a forthcoming paper, Gábor is planning to look at various approaches to populism, to build on his work in progress on Populism, Authoritarianism, and Constitutionalism. The point of focus will be about the possibility of identifying authoritarian populism that is distinct from non-populist authoritarians, where the central reference is to Hungary (as a kind of model approach in East-Central Europe and maybe even beyond).
- Fidesz and Faith: Ethno-Nationalism in Hungary (29 June 2018)
- The Hungarian Constitutional Court betrays Academic Freedom and Freedom of Association (8 June 2018)
- Memory Politics in Hungary: Political Justice without Rule of Law (10 January 2018)
- Much Ado About Nothing? Legal and Political Schooling for the Hungarian Government (29 April 2017)
- Legally sophisticated authoritarians: the Hungarian Lex CEU (1 April 2017)
- The Hungarian Constitutional Court and Constitutional Identity (10 January 2017)