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Euroscepticism in Hungary

Started this discussion. Last reply by claudia costa Feb 15, 2012. 1 Reply

Following the anti-EU protests outside the Commission offices in Budapest, I am looking for Hungarian journalists here in Brussels to talk about their experiences of euroscepticism in Hungary. The…Continue


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claudia costa replied to Joanna Gill's discussion Euroscepticism in Hungary
"Hi Joanna, your project is surely interesting and very rooted in the current situation. Although I am not an expert, I did a quick search and found some sources that could prove useful to your study. Hope they can help…"
Feb 15, 2012
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Euroscepticism in Hungary

Following the anti-EU protests outside the Commission offices in Budapest, I am looking for Hungarian journalists here in Brussels to talk about their experiences of euroscepticism in Hungary. The idea is to analyse how the media reacts to the EU. It will form a report for EuroparlTV, and follows in the same style as the analysis of 'Euroscepticism in the UK'. Eventually it would be interesting to look at reports from all member countries to see the similarities and differences in anti-EU…See More
Jan 26, 2012
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I am a British journalist living in Brussels covering EU affairs online and lifestyle in print.

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