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Divided National Identity in Moldova

Introduction Since the Russian annexation of 1812, identity politics has been the long-term subject of interest and dispute for a relatively large part of the population as well as the politically relevant inhabitants and state structures of Romania, Moldova, and Russia. This is true for the period before World War I, the interwar period, during World War II, and after it. It intensified in form after the country gained political independence, connected to the disintegration of the Russian–Soviet imperial realm. Russian efforts to create new national

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The Arabic Language: A Latin of Modernity?

down in Greek letters, for instance, Karamanli (Turkish) in Cappadocia (today’s central Turkey), Gagauz (present-day southern Moldova), in addition to Aromanian (Vlach Romance), Arvanitika (Tosk Albanian), or Pomak (Slavic) in present-day Greece. Karamanli was lost in the wake of the 1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkey; Karamanli-speakers, dispersed across Greece, quickly adopted Greek as their language. In the 20 th century, the Gagauzes’ homeland changed hands between Russia, Romania, the Soviet Union, and Moldova, which entailed a series of imposed

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Not All the Past Needs To Be Used: Features of Fidesz’s Politics of Memory

event that continues to play a role in Hungary’s foreign policy – the 1920 Treaty of Trianon – is much more deeply rooted in Fidesz’s ideological and historiographic background. Labeled as “defeated state” at the end of the First World War, Hungary was dismembered, losing almost two-thirds of the territory it had under the dual Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Along with that, a considerable portion of its population now found itself in one of the successor states (most notably Czechoslovakia and Romania). Ever since then, the issue of Hungarian minorities abroad has been

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Language Differentiation of Ukraine’s Population

-Ukrainian population census of 2001, is given in Table 1 . Table 1 Distribution of the population of Ukraine by the native language, 2001 Claimed as the native language Percentage in overall population Ukrainian 67.53 Russian 29.59 Crimean Tatar 0.48 Moldavian 0.38 Hungarian 0.34 Romanian 0.30 Bulgarian 0.28 Belarusian 0.12 Armenian 0.11 Gagauz 0.05 Romani 0.05 Polish 0.04 German 0.01 Slovak 0.01 Jewish 0.01 Greek 0.01 another

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“This is a Controlled Invasion”: The Czech President Miloš Zeman’s Populist Perception of Islam and Immigration as Security Threats

?” Romanian Journal of European Affairs 16 (2): 20–35. Kaniok Petr Vlastimil Havlík 2016 “Populism and Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic: Meeting Friends or Passing By?” Romanian Journal of European Affairs 16 2 20 – 35 Kosárová, Dominika, and Jaroslav Ušiak. 2017. “The Role of Identity in the Global Terrorist Movement.” Politické vedy 20 (4): 113–133. Kosárová Dominika Jaroslav Ušiak 2017 “The Role of Identity in the Global Terrorist Movement.” Politické vedy 20 4 113 – 133 Krčál, Petr, and Vladimír Naxera, 2018. “Populistická

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The Arab College in Jerusalem 1918-1948: Influence of the Curriculum on the Cultural Awakening

completed the requirement for the Intermediate Diploma. Until today, I still remember the Paradise Lost, the Tempest and the Rivals. In addition to the different periods and schools in English literature. The plays of Shakespeare, for example, were given to us in 1937. We studied The Merchant of Venice during the class of the Matriculation, while in the Intermediate Diploma we studied Milton and Gibbons, a famous historian who wrote The Rise and Fall of the Romanian Empire; one of the most complex texts in the English language. Q: All this in English? A: Yes, as well as

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

. “Migration in Slovakia.” 2018. International Organization of Migration Slovakia . February 16, 2018. https://www.iom.sk/en/migration/migration-in-slovakia.html come from the neighboring countries, Czech, Austrian, Ukrainian, Polish, and Hungarian citizens. following ca. 30% migrants from South-Eastern European countries, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Russia. and there is also a small Asian migrant community. Vietnam, Thailand, China, South Korea. In accordance with the newest data on migration as delivered by Eurostat, Slovakia has the lowest number (1.4) of migrants

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Shadow Memorial Diplomacy: The Ronald Reagan Centennial Year in Central and Eastern Europe

battleground for the politics of memory. Directly accessible from Parliament Square, Budapest’s Liberty Square hosts a variety of memorials and current institutions. At the statue’s unveiling, the Square had already been home to the building of the Hungarian Television, itself political because of the importance of the state media; the United States Embassy; a memorial to those executed after the Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence of 1848; and the statue of U.S. Brigadier Harry Hill Bandholtz, who is said to have prevented Romanian troops from sacking the city

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