Ferenc Kepecs in Népszava reveals
why Viktor Orbán and Robert Fico like to play the national
card. Daniel Hegedüs in Élet és Irodalom prefers to leave
Trianon to historians. Marek Beylin
in Gazeta Wyborcza does not want to
choose between a notary state and a dark fantasy state. And Andrzej Wajda in Polityke worries that Poland may yet again come to be ruled by the
demon of conflict.