24 June 2002span> More than a decade after the collapse of communism, it is time for Hungary and other post-communist countries to open up their secret police files. Yet another spy scandal is rocking the post-communist world. This time, the epicenter was in Budapest. As usual, it will mean different things to different people. For […]

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