This final piece deals with his even more chaotic relationship to the contemporary governing right, and his rocky road from Liebling-author to opposition prophet during the twenties and the rest of the Horthy-era.
The Ukrainians mixed the technique received from the West with an ancient Eastern battle tactic, in a way never seen in Europe before—taking advantage of the mistakes of the careless Russian leadership. Bálint Somkuti’s analysis of the Ukrainian counterattack.
What works well in painting does not necessarily work well in politics, law and international relations. It’s time to make the details count instead of vague ‘impressions’ and the elusive ‘overall picture.’