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Localizing Global Political Matters Through New Media: Some Reflections on Communication Culture

. Meyer, Christoph O. "The Europeanization of Media Discourse: A Study of Quality Press Coverage of Economic Policy Co-ordination since Amsterdam." Journal of Common Market Studies Vol. 43, Issue 1 (2005): 121-148. Morgan, David. "British Media and European Union News: The Brussels News Beat and its Problems." European Journal of Communication Vol. 10, No. 3 (1995): 321-343. Newman, Nic. "The Rise of Social Media and Its Impact on Mainstream Journalism: A study of how newspapers and broadcasters in the UK and US

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Copyright and Free Speech: The Human Rights Perspective

, 1992, L 346. 14. Council Directive 93/83 on the co-ordination of certain rules concerning copyright and rights related to copyright applicable to satellite broadcasting and cable retransmission . Official Journal, 1993, L 248. 15. Council Directive 93/98 harmonizing the term of protection of copyright and certain related rights . Official Journal, 1993, L 290. 16. Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2001 on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society

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Administrative Processes as an Anti-Corruption Tool? A View from Public Employees in the Baltic States

.” Administration & Society 48 (2016): 104–129. 63. Perry, James L., Annie Hondeghem, and Lois R. Wise. “Revisiting the motivational bases of public service: Twenty years of research and an agenda for the future.” Public Administration Review 70 (2010): 681–690. 64. Persson, Anna, Bo Rothstein, and Jan Teorell. “Why anticorruption reforms fail— systemic corruption as a collective action problem.” Governance 26 (2013): 449–471. 65. Peters, B. Guy. “Managing horizontal government: The politics of co-ordination.” Public Administration 76 (1998): 295

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The Centre of Government as the Coordination Point for the Implementation of General Legal Rules

cannot fulfil this task with the classical way of doing things, mainly focused on the preparation of government sessions and its media activities. This paper thus differentiates between the Prime Minister’s Cabinet and CoG, the latter seen as the Cabinet’s systemic update in the complex environment. This paper’s focus is on CoG that is along the classical tasks of the Prime Minister’s cabinet dedicated to system performance, i.e. on the co-ordination of preparation and approval of the government’s strategic priorities and work programme, co-ordination of the policy

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