29 March 1995 HE HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF BEING A COMMUNIST, a dictator, a nationalist, an opportunist, and an extremist. But third-time Slovak Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar is probably best described as a populist. In trying to be all things to all people, he offers simplistic solutions to difficult problems. He advocates both democracy and […]

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