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Polish Political Science Review
Polski Przeglad Politologiczny
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The Troubled Pasts of Hungarian and German Minorities in Slovakia and Their Representation in Museums

, showing the past from a heterogeneous point of view held by different participants to the events. Fig. 1 Invitation for the exhibition opening. (Source: https://allevents.in/bratislava/vymenen%C3%A9-domovy-felcser%C3%A9lt-otthonok-austausch-der-hei-mat/1680353312256394 , Accessed 14 June 2017). Fig. 2 Exhibition titled “Exchanged Homes” (Photo: Tereza Auzká). Fig. 3 Exhibition titled “Exchanged Homes” (Photo: Tereza Auzká). This paper addresses the following question: To what extent do contemporary Slovak museums and

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Eastern Partnership and the Preferences of New EU Member States

Union. Bratislava. Bratislava: Devín Press, 2010. Marušiak Juraj. Slovensko a východné partnerstvo . Bratislava: Výskumné centrum Slovenskej spoločnosti pre zahraničnú politiku, 2010. Ročenka zahraničnej politiky Slovenskej republiky. Mišík Matúš. The Influence of Perception on the Preferences of the New Member States of the European Union: The Case of Energy Policy. Comparative European Politics (forthcoming). Petrova Tsveta. How Poland Promotes Democracy. Journal of Democracy 2012, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 133-147. Turkina Ekaterina and

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Parameters of the Transition from a Cultural to a Political Program by the Czech and Slovak Elites in the Mid-19th Century

polis. Zo slovenského a uhorského politického myslenia , Bratislava 2011; Pichler, Národovci a občania. O slovenskom politickom myslení v 19. storočí , Bratislava 1998. or works that are so broadly conceived that they include similar approaches (e.g., works of the Czech social historian Jiří Štaif). See, among other works, Štaif Jiří , Obezřetná elita. Česká společnost mezi tradicí a revolucí 1830–1851 , Praha 2005. The recent volume coedited by the Hungarian historian Balázs Trencsényi represents an important contribution to this discussion. Trencsényi Balázs

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Forgotten Slovakia Civic Initiative: Talking Openly about Extremism. Parallel Monologues or a Discussion on Values?

debates on extremism, organized by the Forgotten Slovakia initiative. The 2016 Elections As an ethnologist, I often work in different regions outside Bratislava. I study (among other things) the Holocaust phenomenon and the entire period in which it happened (wartime Slovak State 1939–45) in the social and the respectively cultural memory of the Slovak society ( Assmann 2016 , 15–44). Even though I had a clear idea in 2016 about the resentments toward the Ludak regime in “the first national state of Slovaks” Term used to designate the wartime Slovak State by

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“Roma” Label: The Deconstructed and Reconceptualized Category within the Pentecostal and Charismatic Pastoral Discourse in Contemporary Slovakia

part of “nonregistered churches/movements”, and most of them work officially as civic associations, while carrying out a whole range of nonreligious activities. I will base my work primarily on the analysis of the pastoral discourse and conversion narratives from within the Charismatic movement Word of Life in Plavecký Štvrtok in the West of Slovakia, 40 km from Bratislava. Here, with some interruptions in work, the assembly of Word of Life has been operating for almost 2 decades, so one can also find the second generation of adherents here. The second part of my

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Between Diplomacy and Paradiplomacy: Taiwan's Foreign Relations in Current Practice

Representative Office in Bratislava). The purpose of this study is to familiarize the reader with the specific character of Taiwan’s activities in international relations from the viewpoint of the practical performance of its foreign activities. At the same time, it also aims to compare the diplomatic and quasidiplomatic or paradiplomatic activities of Taiwan, especially with emphasis on their institutional backgrounds, legal regulations, and other conditions for their practical performance. Given the fact that the notions of diplomacy and paradiplomacy, with which we are

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Online Comments as a Tool of Intercultural (Russian–Czech) “Anti-Dialog”

a Subject of Xenoslovak Studies and of Critical Discourse Analysis in Slovakia]. Jazyk a politika . Na pomedzí lingvistiky a politológie [Language and Politics. Between Linguistics and Political Science], edited by Radoslav Štefančík, 79–93. Bratislava: EKONÓM. Orgoňová Olga Alena Bohunická 2016 “Imigrácia ako predmet xenoslovakistiky a kritickej analýzy diskurzu na Slovensku.”. [Immigration as a Subject of Xenoslovak Studies and of Critical Discourse Analysis in Slovakia]. Jazyk a politika. Na pomedzí lingvistiky a politológie [Language and Politics. Between

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Securitization of the Migration Crisis and Islamophobic Rhetoric: The 2016 Slovak Parliamentary Elections as a Case Study

was inspired by Switzerland or Belgium. Second, the SNP never accepted building a mosque and minaret in the Slovak Republic. “There is no place for minarets and mosques in Bratislava, [...] Slovakia is a state without a mosque and it must remain unchanged” as said by A. Danko. Third, the SNP proposed to increase the numbers of religious group registration from 20,000 to 50,000 ( ISLAMONLINE.sk 2015a , Lenč, Zaviš 2017, 568-569). In the pre-election period and election campaign, SNP positioned Islam against the Catholic Church. The SNP agreed with the Direction

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Migration Discourse in Slovak Politics. Context and Content of Migration in Political Discourse: European Values versus Campaign Rhetoric

of Slovak Republic is being monitored.” “There is a significant indication about the origin of the attackers. Some can call them immigrants, some can say migrants.” “I would not like to mention that in front of Bratislava train station, thousands of migrants vulgarly bother Slovak women.” “We do not want that, in Slovakia, something would happen like in Germany, that someone would be bothering our women in public areas.” February “Until I am the Prime Minister, no migrants will come to Slovakia on the basis of mandatory quotas

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