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Tensions in the European Project: the Problematic Case of Hungary

Student: Anastasia Shumeyko

Supervisor: Victor Attila Albert

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The master thesis explores the mounting tensions inside the European Union (EU), following the rise of ‘illiberal democracies’ among its members, by analyzing the problematic case of non-enforcement of legally binding EU law and breach with fundamental EU values by Hungary. Building on the actor-oriented approach to non-implementation, the thesis investigates the extent of violations and attempts to assess the efficiency of institutional opportunities in countering non-compliance that the European Union currently possess.

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