With the emergence of American hegemony after the events of 1989-1991, two competing visions of the EU came into being. In the first, Europe gives up its great power aspirations, identifies the parts of America’s grand strategy for Europe, and then finds feasible, effective, and collective ways to integrate itself into the US’s trajectory. In […]
Hungarians have the lowest energy costs in Europe, and Viktor Orbán is calling on the EU to end its “stupid” green energy plan. What can Europe learn from Hungary’s policies to help save it from a full-blown energy crisis?
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