It means that he has no bigger problem left, just a few civilians and their continued existence
In just two days, Putin owned both Trump and Orbán because he was the only one with a plan
Part 1. Gradualism, complicity and being petrified by an emergency
Because he is desperate to meet Trump.
Unilateral loyalty might not be as strong a currency as some like to think – not on a populist without principles.
The sense of being in control is a more pressing need than not making things worse – But collective control is not a thing
10 Leaders Who Lost Power (Or More) After Meeting Orbán
“I listened to what Donald Trump said and I couldn’t have put it better myself.” –Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary, July 2016