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Hungary’s Expanding Military-Industrial Complex is an Asset for NATO

This article was written by IWP student Logan West.

Hungary’s critics ignore the country’s real-world military-industrial buildup and humanitarian aid support provided to Ukraine.

A rather poorly-formed argument questioning Hungary’s loyalty to NATO has emerged in recent months over its opposition to Russian sanctions and calls for negotiations with Moscow. Some have even called for the country’s suspension from the alliance. But critics ignore Hungary’s real-world military-industrial buildup and humanitarian aid support provided to Ukraine which, unlike the fuel sanctions against Russia, has actually produced results and ultimately serve to strengthen NATO.

Read the full article at The National Interest