Volume VIII., No. 1.
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"Judging from population, natural resources, and human capital, the European Union should be the leading power of the world. For the moment, however, its stagnation obstructs its potential leadership. What we call the European Project has been stopped in its tracks. All that is bad enough. Worse, however, the EU is faced with a series of unexpected crises of the Euro, illegal migration, and geo-politics that threaten it with disintegration."
Arts and Letters
The Hungarian Revolution of 1956
- Peter Unwin: Voice in the Wilderness: Imre Nagy and the Hungarian Revolution – Excerpt, Part II
- Géza Jeszenszky: Liberation Cancelled! – US Policies Towards Central Europe in 1956 and After
- Gyula Várallyay: Students of the Budapest Technical University in the 1956 Revolution
- Donald E. Morse: ’56: From the Streets to the States – Hungarian and American Poets View the ’56 Revolution