Paul Mason talks about his new short film Astoria and the parallels between the treatment of refugees and Europe's dark past.
It has been denounced by critics as a shameful reflection of rising nationalism and xenophobia. To Jobbik, the victory of its first ever directly elected parliamentarian is a sign of things to come.
I talked to a French-Hungarian who opposes immigration to Hungary but is hoping to set up a community of French nationalists in his adopted country.
Béla Kovács faces treason charges in his native Hungary for allegedly spying for Russia. Now, he says a report on his wife reads like 'a movie script'. It does.
Jobbik's leader came to get expat votes but all he got was jeered by protesters.
Despite what tabloid hysteria might have you believe, the child in Greece everyone thought had been kidnapped by Roma actually is Roma. Her parents are from Bulgaria, and her mother gave her away because she was too poor to raise her.
Hungary has one of the most highly organized far-right movements in Europe. The Jobbik party—admired by those fed up with government corruption, derided by opponents as anti-Gypsy, anti-Semite, neo-Nazi homophobes—looks set to become the second-biggest...
Although Hungary isn't a country famed for its defenses, in 2013 it's not alien armies they have to worry about: it's the burgeoning far-right movement, a worrying level of state control, and an increase in censorship all brewing within its own borders.
"Public order protection camps" and rural vigilante groups at war