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Defense Cooperation NATO

Any war brings with it increasing risk of accident and escalation. The sheer number of forces in close proximity and the length of the conflict, with no sign of abating, accumulates risk in the entire region.”

Foreign Policy

Hungary and Poland used to have a strategic partnership based on shared illiberal values and a political vision built on a strong semi-authoritarian state. There were always differences in this relationship, and most of these could be attributed to different strategic orientations towards Russia. Right now, they are practically pushing opposing narratives on the European Union. But, their end goals are more or less the same.”

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