Monday, December 6, 2004
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More non-barking dogs in international relations
Last month I pointed out the tendency to focus on the parts of the globe in turmoil, occasionally neglecting non-events in places where everyone predicted turmoil.
Christopher Condon reports in the Financial Times about one of these non-barking dogs:
For fifteen years, a latent worry of East and Central Europe watchers was that Hungarian nationalism would rile its neighbors and trigger sectarian violence. The failure of this referendum is the fitting coda to easing that concern.posted by Dan on 12.06.04 at 12:35 AM