Hungary shone on the international stage in 2002, winning a prestigious award and a place in the European Union. But the pace of change inside its borders unsettled many citizens, who turned out in the streets and at the polls in precedent-setting numbers. by Marton Dunai The Hungary of 2002 is very different from the […]

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