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Building on his AUTHLIB Working Paper, AUTHLIB consortium lead Zsolt Enyedi (Professor, Central European University; Senior Researcher, CEU Democracy Institute) published his article titled “Illiberal conservatism, civilisationalist ethnocentrism, and paternalist populism in Orbán’s Hungary” in Contemporary Politics.

 

ABSTRACT

The paper argues for an ideology-centred interpretation of the Orbán regime. Those regimes are considered ideology-centred that promote a particular worldview through discourse, consequential policies and the allocation of resources. In addition to demonstrating that Hungary after 2010 satisfies these criteria, the paper identifies three principal ideological modules of the regime: illiberal conservatism, civilisationist ethnocentrism, and paternalist populism.

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