In an effort to paint a more robust understanding of the future of EU enlargement, this paper explores EU expansion to Turkey and Ukraine by focusing on policy debates in Hungary as of mid-2005. Drawing primarily from qualitative analysis of political party and policy documents, the media, and interviews, the report shows that public opinion in Hungary was moderately supportive of enlargement to include both Turkey and Ukraine. While the prospect of Turkish membership in the EU was subject to some discussion among opinion-formers, in general, the issue was not prominent; Ukrainian EU membership, meanwhile, was seen as a distant possibility and therefore subject to little controversy. Though two smaller political parties took strong stances either for or against enlargement, two larger parties were less forthright in their positions. Among political parties, developments on the EU-level appeared to have an important influence. However, for the general public, the salience of the question of further enlargement remained low.