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

European welfare states perform? Social Europe, Andor, László (2017): Cohesion and conditionality in the EU, Progressive Economy, Ágh, Attila (2016a): The Decline of Democracy in East-Central Europe: Hungary as the Worst-Case Scenario, Problems of Post-Communism 63 (5-6): 277-287, Ágh, Attila (2016b

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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

References Cabada, Ladislav (2018): Visegrad Group in the Context of Other Central European Cooperation Formats. Politics in Central Europe 13(2): 165–179, doi: 10.2478/pce-2018-0006. Cabada, Ladislav – Waisová, Šárka (2018): The Visegrad Four as an ambitious actor of (Central-) European foreign and security policy. Politics in Central Europe 13 (2): 9–20, doi: 10.2478/pce-2018-0014. Corneliu-Aurelian, Colceriu (2017): Iohannis: Romania wants to make Three Seas Initiative summit more visible; it is a profoundly pro-European initiative

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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

References Antal, A. (2015): Environmental and energy security in Hungary. Paper presented at the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) conference (environmental politics section), Montreal, August 2015. Braun, M. (2014): Europeanization of Environmental Policy in the New Europe: Beyond Conditionality. Routledge. Cabada, L. (2018). Visegrad Cooperation in the Context of Other Central European Cooperation Formats. Politics in Central Europe 14 (2). Doi: 10.2478/pce-2018-0014. Centrum

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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

, in Šabič, Z. - Drulak, P., eds., Regional and International Relations of Central Europe, 310-316, Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan. Hokovsky, R. (2017): The Role of Visegrad Group in the EU: The View fro the Inside. In Tungul, L., ed., The Czech Centre‑Right Solutions to the Political Challenges of 2018, 51-55, Prague, Wilfried Mertens Centre for European Studies, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung a TOPAZ. Fico pospicha do jadra Evropske unie (2017), Dnes (14 September): available at https

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Various mental images about the geographical extension of Central, Southeast and Eastern Europe

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Mortality and Longevity in the Central and East Europe - Changes in Years 1990-2005

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

/2. Bellucci, Paolo and Lewis-Beck, Michael S. (2011): A Stable Popularity Function? Cross-national Analysis. European Journal of Political Research 50: 190–211. Bengtsson, Asa (2004): Economic Voting: The Effect of Political Context, Volatility and Turnout on Voters’ Assignment of Responsibility. European Journal of Political Research 43: 749–767. Besley, T. and Burgess, R. (2002): The Political Economy of Government Responsiveness: Theory and Evidence from India. Quarterly Journal of Economics 117 (4): 1415–1451. Besley, T. (2006). Principled

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