Is Hungary afraid of the past?

by Taaha Malik and Trevor Taylor

In the aftermath of WWII, Hungary, left with a legacy of ties to the Nazis, formed an alliance with the Soviet Union. By 1949, Hungary had drafted a new constitution, making the nation a “workers and peasants’ state,” resulting in, among other things, a wave of police terror against all opponents of the new regime. With the help of the Soviet Union, the Hungarian Communists effectively purged the judicial body and other civil services, and <Read More>