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Hungary’s Orban Is Hardly a Model for American Conservatives

We are no progressives or mushy liberals offended by Mr. Orbán’s attacks on the left’s sacred cows. We are aware of the dangers posed by his brand of nationalism.

Prime Minister Orban at Budapest April 3, 2022.

Prime Minister Orban at Budapest April 3, 2022. AP/Petr David Josek

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IVANA STRADNER AND DALIBOR ROHAC

Friday, June 10, 2022

06:02:50 am

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IVANA STRADNER AND DALIBOR ROHAC

Ms. Stradner serves as an advisor to the Foundation of Defense of Democracies, where her research focuses on Russia’s information warfare and cybersecurity. She tweets at @ivanastradner. Mr. Rohac is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC. His research focuses on Central and Eastern Europe, transatlantic relations, and the European Union. He tweets at @DaliborRohac.

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