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The EU polycrisis and hard populism in East -Central Europe: From the Copenhagen dilemma to the Juncker paradox

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The Deconsolidation of Democracy in East‑Central Europe: The New World Order and the EU’s Geopolitical Crisis

-317. Ágh, Attila (2015c): Radical party system changes in five East-Central European states: Eurosceptic and populist parties on the move in the 2010s. Baltic Journal of Political Science 4 (4): 23-48. Ágh, Attila (2016a) “The increasing core-periphery divide and the new member states: Diverging from the European Union’s mainstream developments,”117-129, in Magone et al., eds.: Core-periphery Relations in the European Union, London and New York: Routledge, 332. Ágh, Attila (2016b): The ‘securitization’ of the EaP policy in the EU: The

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The Three Seas Initiative as a Political Challenge for the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

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Response of Central European Civil Security Systems to the Economic Crisis

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The Environmental Situation in the Visegrad Region: Neglect and Insufficient Cooperation in the Face of Serious Environmental Threats

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The Cybersecurity Strategy of the Visegrad Group Countries

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The Visegrad Cooperation in the Context of Other Central European Cooperation Formats

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Much More Than Economy: Assessing Electoral Accountability in the CEE Member States

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Security‑related Cooperation among the V4 States

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The V4 and European Integration

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