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Policy of Hungary on Newspapers - Dictionary of Arguments

Krastev I 76
Newspapers/Policy of Hungary/Krastev: Rather than censoring the press, in the old communist manner, Orbán has forced the closure of hostile newspapers on trumped-up economic grounds. And he has subsequently arranged for his wealthy friends and allies to buy much of the national and local media and to turn TV channels and newspapers alike into organs of state power. This is how he has shielded from public scrutiny both his electoral manipulation and epic levels of insider corruption. >Imitation/Policy of Hungary
, >Tradition/Post-communist countries.
The Orbán-style illiberal regimes that are on the rise in Eastern Europe thus combine Carl Schmitt’s understanding of politics as a melodramatic showdown between friends and enemies and the institutional façade of liberal democracy.

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Policy of Hungary
Krastev I
Ivan Krastev
Stephen Holmes
The Light that Failed: A Reckoning London 2019


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