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Edith Oltay

References ALBERT, Mathias–JACOBSON, David–LAPID, Yosef (eds). 2001. Identities, Borders, Orders . University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. ANDERSON, Benedict. 1983. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism. Verso, London. ARENDT, Hannah. 1973. The Origins of Totalitarianism . Harvest/HBJ Book, San Diego–New York–London. BAUBÖCK, Rainer. 2003. Towards a Political Theory of Migrant Transnationalism. International Migration Review 37: 700–723. BAUBÖCK, Rainer.2005. Expansive Citizenship: Voting

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Ladislav Cabada and Šárka Waisová

References Bauerova, H. (2018a): Migration policy of the V4 in the context of migration crises. Politics in Central Europe 14 (2). Doi: 10.2478/pce-2018-0011. Bauerova, H. (2018b): The V4 and European Integration. Politics in Central Europe 14 (2). Doi: 10.2478/pce-2018-0012. Big, Bad Visegrad (2016): Economist, 28 January 2016, available at https://www.economist.com/news/europe/21689629-migration‑crisis‑has‑given‑unsettling‑new‑direction‑old‑alliance‑big‑bad‑visegrad (11 September 2017). Cabada

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Helena Bauerová

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The activities of the Visegrad Group countries in the EU have clearly demonstrated a range of themes that Member States are willing to address on a common platform. The chapter analyzes the extent to which the V4 countries are able to seek common interest, which is subsequently presented as a common position representing V4 interest at EU level. The analysis is based on the presidency of the Visegrad Group countries in the EU. The Presidency will be analyzed in view of the merging of the interests between the Visegrad Group and EU policies. In particular, energy policy, enlargement policy and neighborhood policy were chosen plus the partial policies influenced by the integration process at the time, such as migration policy or quota system issues.

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Eleonóra Matkovits-Kretz

. Christian. 2012. Migration im Donauraum. Die Ansiedlung dér Deutschen im 18. Jahrhundert und Híre Folge. Ulm: Stiftung Donauschwábisches Zentralmus eum. GONDA Gábor. 2014. Kitaszítva. Kényszeremigráció, nemzetiségpolitika és földreform németek által lakott dél-és nyugat-dunántúli településeken 1944- l\948 (Left Out. Forced Emigration, National Politics and Agrarian Reform in Settlements of Southern and Western Transdanubia Inhabited by Germans 1944-1948). Pécs: Kronosz Kiadó. MOLNÁR Csaba. 2013. Migráció a Duna térségében. A németek

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Ladislav Cabada

. Ther, Philipp (2014): Die neue Ordnung auf dem alten Kontinent. Eine Geschichte des neoliberalen Europa. Berlin, Suhrkamp Verlag. Walsch, Christopher (2015): Aufb ruch nach Europa. Sieben Beiträge zur europäischen Integration Ungarns seit 1990. Herne, Gabrielle Schäfer Verlag. Big, Bad Visegrad (2016): The Economist, 28 January, https://www.economist.com/news/europe/21689629-migration-crisis-has-given-unsettling-new-direction-old-alliance-big-bad--visegrad (4. 10. 2017) Cabada, Ladislav (2014): Neo -Liberal, Neo

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Andrea Schmidt

References Ash, T.G.: The Puzzle of Central Europe http://www.visegradgroup.eu/the-visegrad-book/ash-timothy-garton-the Bialasiewicz, Luiza (2003): Another Europe: Remembering Habsburg Galicia. Cultural Geographies, vol. 10 pp. 21-44 Bialasiewicz, Luiza (2009): Europe as/at the border: Trieste and the meaning of Europe. Social and Cultural Geography, vol 10(3). pp. 319-333 Big, Bad Visegrad (2016, Jan 30): The Economist: http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21689629-migration

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Attila Ágh

-Alignment of Party Politics in the Czech Republic, Acta Politologica, 119-144, http://acpo.vedeckecasopisy.cz/publicFiles/001209.pdf. Judis, John (2016): Us v Them: the birth of populism, The Guardian, The long read, 13 October 2016, https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/oct/13/birth-of-populism-donald-trump. Juhász, Attila and Patrik Szicherle (2017): The political eff ects of the migration-related fake news, disinformation and conspiracy theories in Europe, Political Capital, http

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Petr Kratochvíl and Matúš Mišík

Conditionality and Candidate States’ Compliance with the Acquis Communautaire, 1998 – 2009. European Union Politics 14 (2): 250–272. Browing, C.S. – Christou, G. (2010): The Constitutive Power of Outsiders: The European Neighbourhood Policy and the Eastern Dimension. Political Geography 29 (2): 109–118. Bruter, M. (2004): On What Citizens Mean by Feeling ‘European’: Perceptions of News, Symbols and Borderlessness. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30 (1): 21–39. Caddy, J. (1997): Harmonization and Asymmetry: Environmental Policy Co

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Patryk Wawrzyński and Ralph Schattkowsky

print. Wawrzyński, Patryk, Ratke-Majewska, Anna, Marszałek-Kawa, Joanna (2015): The Transformation of National Identity and the Remembrance during Post-Authoritarian Transitions: case studies of Spain and South Africa. Journal of Identity and Migration Studies 9 (1): 19–32. Westen, Drew (2008): The Political Brain. The role of emotion in deciding the fate of the Nation . New York: Public Affairs. Withuis, Jolande (2010): Introduction: the Politics of War Trauma, in J. Withuis & A. Mooij. The Politics of War Trauma. The aftermath of World War II

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Attila Ágh

Economist (2016): Illiberal Central Europe: Big, bad Visegrad, 30 January, http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21689629-migration-crisis-has-given-unsettling-new-direction-old-alliance-big-bad-visegrad (12 December 2016). Tomini, Luca (2014): Reassessing Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe and the Role of the EU. Europe-Asia Studies 66 (6): 859-891. Torő, Csaba, Butler, Eamonn - Gruber, Karoly (2014): Visegrad: The Evolving Pattern of Coordination and Partnership After EU Enlargement. Europe-Asia Studies 66 (3): 364