Daniel Nolan is a Budapest-based award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster from Manchester, England. His work on Hungary and CEE has appeared in The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Deutsche Welle and numerous other outlets. He won a Foreign Press Association Award in 2018 and was named a European Press Prize laureate in 2016 and 2019.
Published in: Home: AnalysisOrbán is headed for victory at Hungary’s elections. So what comes next?
Whatever the result at Sunday’s polls, the winner faces a grim economic reality, marred by the Ukraine war and EU...
Published in: Home: InterviewMeet the conservative who could unseat Viktor Orbán
Exclusive: In Péter Márki-Zay, the opposition may finally have a candidate capable of ending 12 years of...
Published in: Home: AnalysisWith LGBTQ+ rights in the spotlight, Hungary prepares for a political showdown
Upcoming referendum will be a test of opposition to Viktor Orbán’s ‘illiberal democracy’