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Volume 25, Issue 4
Disagreements over how much power should reside in Brussels must be allowed to become a normal aspect of debates about European affairs.
Volume 26, Issue 3
The great achievements of Hungary’s 1989–90 transition—including democracy, rule of law, market-oriented reform, and pluralism in intellectual life—are being dismantled as the world looks the other way.
Volume 25, Issue 1
Communism is gone, but while it was alive and in power it bred profound moral pathologies that still haunt the region.