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dr. Adrienn D. Prieger | 24 June 2017 With the intensifying Syrian conflict, there has been high level of...

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Mehmet Sadık Bektaş | 23 Jun 2017 In the history of Poland there are just a few sources about...

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Martina Mäsiarová | 22 Jun 2017 Usually all the foreigners living in Slovakia tell me the same. Slovaks are...

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Kaifulwara Mubbashir Memon | 21 June 2017 Ethnic and religious minorities are getting attention and focus in almost all...

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Bartłomiej Gradecki | 20 Jun 2017 In 2015 I knew only a few of Ukrainians living in Poland –...

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L’ubica Stančíková | 19 Jun 2017 On the crossroads to Vienna and Budapest, Bratislava has always been a melting...

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Tamar Buachidze | 2 May 2017 One of the greatest countries in the world, United States of America, has...

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Tamar Buachidze | 30 April 2017 Populism has always been there, but its rise has explicitly advanced lately around...

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Debóra Kovács | 18 Mar 2017 Death penalty was always a moral question. From the “punishment” of the criminals...

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Violetta Vaski | 15 Mar 2017 Euroscepticism was always an existing phenomenon, mostly practiced by the United Kingdom, and...

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