Hungary’s government has taken needed steps toward dismantling the country’s overly ambitious social-welfare system and stabilizing the economy. But its inability to justify the harsh austerity measures to the public has contributed to a sharp decline in its own popularity by ZSOFIA SZILAGYI HUNGARY’S 21-MONTH-old government has clearly failed at the one goal it previously […]

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