Politics and Culture in Europe

Organisational unit: Program

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    Laczo, F. (2019). Totalitarianism without perpetrators? Politics of history in the “System of National Cooperation”. In B. Trencsényi, & J. M. Kovács (Eds.), Brave New Hungary: Mapping the “System of National Cooperation” Rowman & Littlefield.
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    Laczo, F. (Ed.) (2019). Confronting devastation: Memoirs of Holocaust survivors from Hungary. (The Azrieli Series of Holocaust Survivor Memoirs). Toronto: Second Story Press.
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    Burlyuk, O., & Noutcheva, G. (Eds.) (2019). Unintended Consequences of EU External Action. (1st edition ed.) Routledge.
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    Randeraad, N., & Post, P. (2019). Carving out a new role: the UIA after the Second World War. In D. Laqua, W. Van Acker, & C. Verbruggen (Eds.), International Organizations and Global Civil Society: Histories of the Union of International Associations (pp. 73-90). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
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    Eaton, K., Faguet, J-P., Harbers, I., Schakel, A., Hooghe, L., Marks, G., ... Shair-Rosenfield, S. (2019). Measuring and theorizing regional governance. Territory, Politics, Governance, 7(2), 265-283. https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2018.1445021
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    Kerremans, B., Adriaensen, J., Colli, F., & Coremans, E. (2019). Parliamentary scrutiny of trade policies across the western world. Brussels.
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    Dijkstra, H. (2019). Supporting global governance: A rules-based approach for a post-liberal order? (EU Global Strategy Watch; No. 3). Rome: Istituto Affari Internazionali.
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    Karlsrud, J., & Reykers, Y. (2019). Conclusion: Military rapid response—from institutional investment to ad hoc solutions. In J. Karlsrud, & Y. Reykers (Eds.), Multinational Rapid Response Mechanisms: From Institutional Proliferation to Institutional Exploitation (1 ed., pp. 177-189). (Global Institutions Series). London/New York: Routledge.
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    Reykers, Y. (2019). EU Battlegroups: From standby to standstill. In J. Karlsrud, & Y. Reykers (Eds.), Multinational Rapid Response Mechanisms: From Institutional Proliferation to Institutional Exploitation (1 ed., pp. 41-56). (Global Institutions Series). London/New York: Routledge.
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    Karlsrud, J., & Reykers, Y. (2019). Introduction: Rapid response mechanisms—strengthening defense cooperation and saving strangers? In J. Karlsrud, & Y. Reykers (Eds.), Multinational Rapid Response Mechanisms: From Institutional Proliferation to Institutional Exploitation (1 ed., pp. 1-17). (Global Institutions Series). London/New York: Routledge.
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    Karlsrud, J., & Reykers, Y. (Eds.) (2019). Multinational rapid response mechanisms: From institutional proliferation to institutional exploitation. (1 ed.) (Global Institutions Series). London/New York: Routledge.
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    Rittberger, V., Zangl, B., Kruck, A., & Dijkstra, H. (2019). International Organization. (3rd ed.) London: Red Globe Press.
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    van Leeuwen, K. (2019). ‘Je kan wel aan de gang blijven...’: Over de voorgeschiedenis. In A. W. Heringa, & J. Schinkelshoek (Eds.), Groot onderhoud of kruimelwerk: Ongevraagd commentaar op de aanbevelingen van de Staatscommissie Parlementair Stelsel (pp. 11-20). (Montesquieu Reeks; Vol. 13). Boom Juridisch.
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