Hungarian Democratic Federation of Romania parliament representative Imre Borbely an outspoken advocate of self-determination for Romania’s Hungarian population – discusses majority governments’ treatment of minorities, the struggle for cultural autonomy, and the definition of ‘radicalism.’ In an accompanying commentary, Michael Shafir, who interviewed Borbely, offers his thoughts on the man and his views by Michael […]

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