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Brussels – boss, bully or the big brother?
According to political realism, conflict is an immanent feature of world politics (Morgenthau 1948/1973). Drawing on this basic premise, it can be expected that the conflict frame is routinely exploited by politicians to explain and justify their foreign policy (Musolff 2016). Conflict is especially prevalent in populist narratives, where the "pure people" are juxtaposed with the "corrupt elite" (Mudde 2004). Accordingly, we hypothesized that the current Hungarian populist government would alsodoi:10.29162/jez.2020.11 fatcat:cu7f7g45e5hnbmrhgxcmnetqam