The extraordinary vote held symbolic value but is unlikely to lead to changes in Hungary.
The Orban government is threatening to oust Central European University. The United States wants it to back off.
The scale and aggression of far-right activity has caught authorities off guard.
Critics say the ruling Law and Justice party is working systematically to end judicial independence.
The small Alpine country of 9 million has pivoted toward Moscow since the end of last year.
The operation has led to “paralysis” at the agency and questions about what happens when once-fringe political parties come to power.
Some say the young chancellor is actively trying to undermine his German neighbor.
Automobile levies are shaping up to be the next arena of battle between the United States and its closest allies.
The president’s tweets may be counterproductive as Germany continues to fall short.
The episode shows how far Hungary has veered toward autocracy, but also how some freedom remains.