by Zsofia Szilagyi HUNGARY’S “MEDIA WAR” BEGAN IN 1990, after Prime Minister Jozsef Antall and President Arpad Goncz appointed two independent political scientists, Elemer Hankiss and Csaba Gombar, chairman of Hungarian Television and chairman of Hungarian Radio, respectively. “They told us that we were proposed as two independent persons who were supposed to be able […]

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