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Why does Hungary matter? Reaction to the Fourth Amendment to the Fundamental Law of Hungary

Why does Hungary matter? This question was asked recently by the US Helsinki Commission, and also exactly a year ago by the Nobel prize laureate Paul Krugman. Why does Hungary, this small, landlocked country with around 10 million inhabitants in Central Eastern Europe, matter to the US or to any other EU country? However, the recent events, namely the latest,… Read more →