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Orban’s closure of CEU taps into memories of Europe’s darkest past


The European project is failing. And with it, the dreams of a stable, peaceful, and united Europe. The latest blow against the concept of European unity has come not from the pro-Brexit hardliners in London, but from Hungary, a country deep within the heart of Europe, itself, and one of the leaders a generation ago in Eastern Europe’s drive to rid itself from Soviet-style Communist rule.

After a two-year battle with the authoritarian tendencies of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Centra…

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