On April 8th, 2018, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was reelected using rhetoric described as intimidating and xenophobic. Will that kind of nationalist vision decide the future of Europe? Michel Friedman meets Hungarian MEP György Schöpflin.
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was just reelected using rhetoric described as intimidating and xenophobic. Will that kind of nationalist vision decide the future of Europe? DW sat down with MEP György Schöpflin.
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