IN LIBYA 80 THOUSAND MIGRANTS ARE WAITING TO CROSS TO THE EU
The migratory pressure on Italy is increasing since in Libya a number of militias who run refugee camps are refusing to stop the migrants from leaving to Europe for political reasons. Márk Vargha was the guest of M1 TV.
FROM LIBYA TO SYRIA – WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE ARAB WORLD IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AFTER THE „SPRING”?
On their way to democracy or in permanent anarchy? Ten years after a series of events called the Arab Spring, experts have analyzed the current state of countries in North Africa and the Middle East. A report by our researchers, Nikolett Pénzváltó and Kristóf Veres.
JEWS ARE WEEKLY ATTACKED ON THE STREETS IN GERMANY
While last year there were 30 anti-Semitic atrocities in Hungary, most of which were hate speech, in Germany there were 2 275, of which 55 were violent atrocities. Jews are physically attacked on the streets in Germany every week, and here we are not talking about interrogations and graffiti, but actual, violent attacks, said our researcher, […]
SKANDINAVIA IS DIVIDED ON THE ISSUE OF IMMIGRATION
While Denmark breaks with the prevailing paradigm that refugee status is a lifelong privilege by revoking the residence permit of those Syrians who are no longer in need of international protection, neighbouring Sweden is struggling to let go of the ideal of multicultural society. Emese Kovács, researcher of the Migration Research Institute, analysed the background […]
STABILITY IS THE GOAL IN NORTH AFRICA
The European Union ought to assume a much greater role if we are to achieve significant stability in the Mediterranean region, said László Trócsányi at the online conference of the Migration Research Institute.
DECADES OF TERROR AND TRAGEDY IN SYRIA
Ten years of fierce fighting, half a million dead, more than ten million refugees and a total economic and infrastructural collapse were the price of the current ceasefire in Syria. The country has been torn apart and there is no realistic scenario for reunification. This is how the Syrian revolution became a failure of the […]
JIHADISTS OF AMERICA
Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 all fatal jihadist attacks in the United States – with the exception of one incidence – has been committed by U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., concluded a comprehensive analysis of the New America Research Institute. This could completely change our image of terrorists.
CONFLICTS TO WORRY ABOUT IN 2021
Viktor Marsai, research director of the Migration Research Institute, said on M1 TV that one of the largest conflict hotspots on Earth has been developed in the Sahel region, where factors such as overpopulation, climate change, ethnic differences and the rise of jihadist groups reinforce each. Our review of the ACLED analysis is available here.
IMMIGRANTS IN GREAT BRITAIN
All indications are that in Great Britain a London-controlled immigration from Commonwealth countries will be dominant, while immigration from the EU is expected to decline in the coming years, said our researcher, Kristóf György Veres on M1 TV.
Youtube: “I and my brother against our cousin” — the Challenges of Clan-based Communities in Europe
In the last decades, the arrival of migrants from the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa to Europe also meant the arrival of new social structures and systems to the continent. While there are numerous examples of successful integration and fruitful coexistence between the host communities and the arrived people, the existence of parallel societies has […]
EU PROVIDES FUNDING EQUIVALENT TO 100 BILLION HUF FOR NEW REFUGEE CAMPS IN GREECE
Janik Szabolcs, deputy director of the Migration Research Institute, said on Kossuth Radio that while the construction of new facilities can be justified from a humanitarian point of view, the optics and perception of the decision are unfortunate, as it sends the message that Greece and the EU expect the current unfavourable situation to be […]
PARALLEL SOCIETIES IN DENMARK
Our researcher, Emese Kovács said on M1 TV that the concentration of non-Western immigrants in residential areas, which in some Danish ghettos reaches 75-80%, is an undesirable phenomenon, because it hinders social integration of immigrants and favors the formation of parallel societies. The Danish government, recognizing the gravity of the problem, is now pursuing the […]
CUSTOMARY LAW AND VOLVO
Criminal groups operating in an African clan structure, helpless police, parallel societies: the situation of Somali communities in Sweden is a good example of the serious problems European societies have to face due to the failed integration of Muslim immigrants. An article by Viktor Marsai, research director of the Migration Research Institute in Mandiner weekly.
LIVING EXILED FROM THE WORLD
A decade-long – often armed – conflict escalated in 2017, when the army of Myanmar began to expel the already deprived Muslim Rohingya minority. A few weeks ago Myanmar bacame a military dictatorship again: the situation of the Rohingyas will not be solved in the near future, additionally the Buddhist majority is also rebelling. An […]
AFTER TRUMP – THE MIGRANT SURGE IS ON PACE TO BREAK 20-YEAR RECORD
While immigration is surrounded by a kind of “sentimental” pathos in the United States, migration is in fact not supported by the entire society, not even in a country where one in every sixth person has an immigrant background, said Janik Szabolcs, deputy director of the Migration Research Institute on Hit Radio.
CAN PEACE BE ENFORCED IN A TENSE TURKISH-GREEK RELATIONSHIP?
Our researcher, Nikolett Pénzváltó said on Karc FM radio, that the conflict between the two NATO member states, namely between Turkey and Greece, also affects the security of the European Union. The maritime border disputes between Athens and Ankara are linked to the issue of migration. Although due to international pressure, the two countries have […]
HUNGARY INCREASES THE NUMBER OF HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS SERVING IN MALI
Research director Viktor Marsai said about the crisis in Mali that the state of Mali collapsed in 2012, essentially as the consequence of an ethnic uprising, on which jihadist groups had been built. Since then, Mali has infected several neighbouring states with the crisis. Jihadist groups are strong in the country, without their suppression it […]
ONE OF THE MAIN THEMES IN THE DUTCH ELECTIONS IS THE ISSUE OF MIGRATION
Our researcher, László Bernát Veszprémy said on M1 TV about the upcoming parliamentary elections in the Netherlands that the issue of immigration has come to the fore in recent weeks. Prime Minister Mark Rutte stated he would close the borders in case a wave similar to the 2015 migrant crisis reached Europe.
THE EUROPEAN UNION ASSISTS SYRIEN REFUGEES
The European Union provides 130 million Euro in aid to Lebanon and Jordan in order to cover the basic needs of Syrian refugees. The situation of the refugee hosting countries of the Middle East is also exacerbated by the coronavirus epidemic and the unfolding economic crisis – said our researcher, Omar Sayfo on M1 TV.
IMMIGRATION TO THE EU IS NOT ECONOMICALLY VIABLE
Szabolcs Janik, the deputy director of the Migration Research Institute, emphasized on Pesti TV that the mass immigration that had unfolded since 2015 had not fulfilled the hopes of the politicians who had emphasized the upsides of migration.
IMMIGRATION AND THE PANDEMIC IN SCANDINAVIA
Our researcher, Emese Kovács evaluated the immigration policy of the Scandinavian countries on Fix TV. The discussion provided a comprehensive picture of the history of immigration in Scandinavia, the social tensions that have developed, the consequences of ghettoisation of large cities and the different epidemiological management strategies of the Nordic countries.