Liberalization Challenges in Hungary
In Hungary, as in all of 'new Europe,' liberalization is troubled. Using Hungary as an in-depth case study, Korkut demonstrates that, in squandering popular goodwill, credibility, and favorable circumstances after 1989, liberal politicians have found themselves vulnerable to conservative populist politics and the global economic crisis. Umut Korkut is a Reader in Politics at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.
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