Péter Techet on the reasons for authoritarianism in Serbia and Hungary

For the German newspaper “taz,” Péter Techet wrote an op-ed on why a democratic change is possible in Slovenia or Poland but repeatedly fails in Hungary and Serbia: One possible reason is that a signifant part of the society sees themselves as “losers of the history” and blames “the West” for it. As long as an anti-Western, nationalist climate dominates in society, a political change is hardly possible.

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