27 August 2001span> If the charges of irredentism were really true, stability would be the furthest thing from the minds of ethnic Hungarian leaders. i> As one-third of the world’s ethnic Hungarians live outside Hungary–most of them in neighboring countries–the focus of “Hungarian politics” often falls outside the country itself. The week starting on 20 […]

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