• Why Hungary and Poland Rattle Europe's Liberal Order: QuickTake

    2 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    Three decades after the fall of the Iron Curtain, tensions again threaten to divide Europe. Populist movements have roiled politics from Britain to Italy and, most recently, Sweden, setting the stage for elections next year that may decide the direction of the EU. Populism has made its greatest gains in Hungary and Poland, where leaders such as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban are challenging what seemed like settled norms of democracy in the European Union. The EU is now fighting back.
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