The Hungarian Revolution of 1989: perspectives and prospects for "Kozotteuropa"
Keeling, Ricky L.
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The concept of "Kozotteuropa" (Central Europe) is becoming much more prevalent in literature. This paper will deal with the experience of the Hungarian people, how that experience will impact on the idea of Kozotteuropa, and what the prospects for a political entity in the Danubian Basin based on the Kozotteuropa concept are. This paper will discuss Hungarian history, Hungary's relationship with the superpowers and its neighbors, past and present, and will propose some policies for the government of the United States to help improve our relations with this small, but important piece of Central Europe..
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