What the East can and cannot learn from the West by Paul Csagoly In the 1980s, environmental activists across Central and Eastern Europe played a critical role in unleashing popular opposition to the communist regimes. In Hungary and Czechoslovakia, dissident groups denounced the construction of the Soviet-brokered Gabcikovo-Nagymaros dam project; in Bulgaria, a nascent environmental […]

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