In April 2014, Viktor Orbn, the youngest elected Prime Minister in Hungarian history, became Prime Minister of Hungary for the third time, for the second time with a supermajority, making him the most significant Hungarian politician since the 19th century. Beat that. He changed Eastern Europe, and may well do the same for Western Europe.
The Hungarian Tiger is everything you wanted to know about Hungarian politics, but were afraid to ask. It is both a profile of Orbn and an examination of the highly distorted and unfavourable image of him that has been propagated by the international press who, when it comes to Hungary, don't know their komondor from their kuvasz, or their kuruc from their labanc, or as we say in English, their arse from their elbow.