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Digitalization and Political Party Life in Poland – A Study of Selected Communication Habits of Party Members and Elective Representatives

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How to run an efficient political machine: the billionaire Andrej Babiš and his political-business project

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Bauska’s Chairmen: Party Leadership and Twitter Engagement in Estonian and Latvian Populist Far-Right Parties

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Change and Stability. How the Party Leaderships of the Danish Progress Party and Danish People’s Party are Organized

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When Charisma is no Longer Enough. Insights on Populist Parties’ Leadership from the (Northern) League

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To Show, But Not to Disclose. The Willingness of Polish Political Parties to Disclose Information On their Structures

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Insights into intra-party decision-making in Latvia’s political parties

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Right-Wing Populist Party Leadership in Sweden: One of a Kind or one of the Crowd?

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The Rules on Political Parties in Romania Under Comparative Scrutiny

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The Rise of Person-Based Politics in the New Democracies: The Czech Republic and Slovenia

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