Tag Archives: migration

Mapping political arguments about the refugee crisis

I have spent time this summer helping refugees in Budapest and also got engaged in discussions with people about “what to do about the refugee problem”. In the press and on Facebook I came across many claims intended to support … Continue reading

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How bad government can mean a better society

By huge irony, bad government can be good for society.  Which actually means that bad government is good government.  How can that be? The Hungarian government has handled the refugee crisis in a quixotic manner.  This year it has taken … Continue reading

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