Archives de catégorie : Orbán

Orban: a bibliography

Ágh, Attila, Dieringer Jürgen, Bönker Frank. “Hungary Report.”, Sustainable Governance Indicators- 2017, 
Lendvai, Paul. “Orban: Europe’s New Strongman”(


Bertelsmann Stiftung, Social Cohesion Radar. Enquêtes effectuées depuis 1989 :

“Federation of Young Democrats Declaration of Political Program and Chronology.” World Affairs, vol. 151, no. 4, 1989, pp. 170–176. JSTOR, JSTOR,

Fekete, Liz. “Hungary: power, punishment and the ‘Christian-national idea’”, Sage Journals,Vol 57, Issue 4, 2016.

Fidesz (Alliance des jeunes démocrates) crée en 1988 devient en 1995 : Fidesz-Magyar Polgari Part (parti civique hongrois).

Freedom House, « Nations in Transit 2018 : Confronting Illiberalism », Freedom House, NY, 2018

Geslin, Laurent. « Voyage aux marges de Schengen », Le Monde diplomatique, vol. 709, no. 4, 2013, pp. 4-4.

Greskovits, Bela, Rebuilding the Hungarian Right through Civil Organization
and Contention: The Civic Circles Movement, Working Paper, Robert
Schuman Center, European University Institute, 2017 / 37

Havasmezői, Gergely. “Images in the Hungarian Online News.” In the Beginning Was the Image: The Omnipresence of Pictures: Time, Truth, Tradition, edited by András Benedek and Ágnes Veszelszki, Peter Lang AG, Frankfurt Am Main, 2016, pp. 113–122. JSTOR,

Hopkins, Valerie, « Protests against ‘slave law’ add to pressure on Hungary’s Orban »,
Financial Times, 18.12.2018

Horel, Catherine. « L’histoire en Hongrie aujourd’hui à travers l’interprétation du régime Horthy », Histoire@Politique, vol. 31, no. 1, 2017, pp. 46-54.

Ignatieff, Michael et Stefan Roch, Rethinking Open Society, new adversaries and
new opportunities, Budapest-New York, CEU Press, 2018

Körösényi, András, Patkós, Veronika. “Variations for Inspirational Leadership: The Incumbency of Berlusconi and Orbán”, Parliamentary Affairs, Volume 70, Issue 3, 1 July 2017, Pages 611–632,

Krekó, Péter & Enyedi, Zsolt. “Orbán’s Laboratory of Illiberalism.” Journal of Democracy, vol. 29 no. 3, 2018, pp. 39-51. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/jod.2018.0043

Lamour, Christina & Varga, Renáta, “The Border as a Resource in Right-wing Populist Discourse: Viktor Orbán and the Diasporas in a Multi-scalar Europe.” Journal of Borderlands Studies, 2017.

Lendvai, Paul, Orban Hungary’s Strongman, Oxford University Press, 2017

Magyar, Balint, Post-Communist Mafia State, the Case of Hungary, Budapest-
New York, CEU Press, 2016

Mink, Georges. « L’Europe centrale à l’épreuve de l’autoritarisme », Politique étrangère, vol. Été, no. 2, 2016, pp. 89-101.

MTI, « Ex- president urges successor to veto constitutional changes », MTI (Budapest), 11 mars 2013.

Mueller, Jan-Werner. “Eastern Europe Goes South: Disappearing Democracy in the EU’s Newest Members.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 93, no. 2, 2014, pp. 14–19. JSTOR, JSTOR,

Orbán, Viktor, speech at the XXV. Bálványos Free Summer University and Youth Camp, 26th July, 2014,

Orban, pour un profil personnel du politicien: cf. http://www.institutmontaigne.o rg/blog/portrait-de-viktor-orb an-premier-ministre-de-hongrie

Orban, V., discours du 28 janvier 2017 , cf Le Monde 1-2.2017

Pap, Andras, Hungary: A Constitutional Diary of the Illiberal U-Turn, Routledge, Londres, 2017.

Povedák, István. “One from Us, One for Us: Viktor Orbán in Vernacular Culture.” In Povedák, István, ed., Heroes and Celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe. Szeged: Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Szeged, 153–71, 2014.

Reporters sans frontières, (Classement établi par Reporters sans frontières).

Reporters sans frontières, Rapport 2018,
« Businessmen with close ties to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s party, Fidesz, not only managed to acquire new media outlets in 2017 but also to replace foreign media companies that had invested in Hungary’s media. Their biggest success was getting control of the last three regional daily newspapers in the summer. Nevertheless, the Hungarian media landscape is still varied, as online outlets do not hesitate to publish investigative coverage of alleged corruption involving top Fidesz and government officials ».

Rupnik, Jacques, « Hungary’s quiet revolution », The New Republic, (20 novembre 1989) Interview dans Le Monde 4.2.2012

Rupnik, Jacques, « Variations centre-européennes » in B.Badie et D.Vidal
(dir) Le Retour des Populismes, La Découverte, 2018

Rupnik, Jacques, « Hongrie-Pologne : l’Europe sort de sa prudence », Alternatives économiques (hors série) n 1/2018

Rupnik, Jacques & J.Zielonka « East-Central Europe : Project Backlash » in Europe Asia Studies (à paraître).

Scheppele, Kim Lane, conférence au Council on European Studies , Paris, 7 juillet 2015,

Sebestyen, Victor. “International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-).” International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-), vol. 88, no. 5, 2012, pp. 1144–1145.,

Serrut, Louis-Albert. « Une nouvelle catégorie politique dans les États de l’est de l’Union européenne », Cités, vol. 70, no. 2, 2017, pp. 135-160.

Timmer, Andria; Joseph Sery; Sean Thomas Connable; and Jennifer Billinson. 2018. “A Tale of Two Paranoids: A Critical Analysis of the Use of the Paranoid Style and Public Secrecy by Donald Trump and Viktor Orbán.” Secrecy and Society 1(2). strategy, populist discourse)

Tuşnad, Băile,

Zoltán Ádám, András Bozóki, “State and Faith”, MTA Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont Kisebbsegkutató Intézet, Vo. 1, 98-122, 2016,