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EXPLORING THE "GREY ZONE": THE THEORY AND REALITY OF "HYBRID REGIMES" IN POST-COMMUNISTIC COUNTRIES
David Procházka and Ladislav Cabada
THE BUMPY ROAD OF THE ECE REGION IN THE EU: SUCCESSES AND FAILURES IN THE FIRST FIFTEEN YEARS
NATURA 2000 EXPERIENCES IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE: COMPARISONS FROM SLOVENIA, CROATIA AND BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Aleksander Šobot and Andrej Lukšič
VOTE ÉLECTRONIQUE IN SWITZERLAND: COMPARISON OF RELEVANT PILOT PROJECTS
CHINA'S STRATEGY VIS-A-VIS TAIWAN'S DIPLOMATIC FRIENDS: IS BEIJING USING DOLLAR DIPLOMACY?
ANALYTICAL IMAGES OF POLITICAL TRUST IN TIMES OF GLOBAL CHALLENGES. THE CASE OF SLOVENIA, SPAIN AND SWITZERLAND
Llouis Coromina and Simona Kustec
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