In an effort to fill the security gap left by the breakup of the Warsaw Pact, the Visegrad group – Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia – was created. Now their continued cooperation is threatened by disagreements and a lack of clear-cut goals by ZOLTAN BARANY ALTHOUGH THE FALL OF the Warsaw Pact and […]

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