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by Skytt, Lasse Paperback / softback, 300 pages
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Orbanland is the story of a Danish journalist who moved to Hungary to understand what was really going on in this divisive European country. Along the way, he encountered people from all walks of life, and he learned as much about the Hungarians as he learned about himself. Orbanland is not just a book for ‘Hungary nerds’ – it’s a book for everyone who cares about the situation in Europe today… and in the future. Regardless of whether you are interested in migration, populism, the new world order of Trumps and Brexits, human rights or political correctness, identity politics or European history, family values or the film industry, there will be something in this book for you.

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