George H. W. Bush
Hungarian left condemns installation of George H.W. Bush statue in Budapest

The Workers’ Party of Hungary 2006 – European Left also criticized the comments made by prime minister Viktor Orban during the ceremony. He termed the Soviet War Memorial in Budapest as an occupation monument

The post-Cold War era barely lasted 1,144 Days

The withdrawal of the US from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Force (INF) Treaty, which had provided a key underpinning to the negotiated end to the Cold War, marks the beginning of a new phase in global politics

George H. W. Bush, man of the times

George H. W. Bush, in a way, was the instigator of the current depths of American involvement in the affairs of West Asia that was continued by all succeeding presidents, and most disastrously by his son, George W. Bush

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