Viktor Orbán has a habit of giving controversial speeches in Romania. His notorious 2014 illiberalism speech was delivered there. Just a few weeks ago, he delivered another whopper, which included unmistakably racist language. In an essay I wrote for The Bulwark, I tried to place Orbán’s speech in a larger eastern European context by drawing upon the thought of the Hungarian dissident István Bibó. If you’d like, you can read the piece here.