by Zsofia Szilagyi After two years of austerity measures, the third year under the governance of the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSzP) and its junior coalition partner, the Alliance of Free Democrats (SzDSz) was marked by significant growth in the economy. 1997 also witnessed success stories in the country’s relations with NATO and the European Union […]

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