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Laura E. Harrington
Hungary’s Democratic Deficit: An Update

The American Interest has reviewed Hungary’s democratic deficit four times this year: Charles Gati’s essay, “Hungarian Rhapsodies”; Francis Fukuyama’s “Do Institutions Really Matter?” and his “What’s Wrong with Hungary?” (these two posts prompted an outburst of some 800 responses, mainly from angry Hungarian readers defending the government of Viktor Orbán and its policies); and finally […]

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