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Peter Layton

Democratization. Mediterranean Politics, 18 (2), 170-188. Hubbard, B., & Anonymous. (2014, 24 July). Life in a Jihadist Capital: Order With a Darker Side. New York Times, p. A1 Hurrell, A. (2005). Legitimacy and the use of force: can the circle be squared? Review of International Studies, 31 (Supplement S1), 15-31. Irshaid, F. (2014). How ISIS is spreading its message online, http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-27912569 (consulted 22 November 2014) Johnson, K., & Trindle, J. (2014). Treasury’s War on the Islamic State. Foreign Policy , http

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Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series

The Journal of Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun

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Paul Morris

Western and Central Europe; the academic and political challenges to multiculturalism; the 2005 UNESCO Convention on Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression and the increasing importance and centrality of ICD to UNESCO (for example, from 2002 UNESCO documents reference “ICD for peace”); the UN’s International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures 2010 and 2011–2020 as the Decade of Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation for Peace; the influx of migrants and refugees from the Middle East and Africa, particularly since 2011; and the ongoing

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Jacinta A. Opara and Veronica O. Charles-Unadike

. Journal of Educational and Social Research, Vol.5, No.1 Eknem, C.H., Ekanem, H.E., Eyenaka, F.D. & Isaiah, E.A. (2013). Zero waste: an innovation for less polluting emission processes, resources management, practices and policies. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 4 (8): 53 - 64. Kleiman, J.K. (2013). Dangerous substances in waste. Ibadan: Lumba Press. Kotter,P.I. (2012). Survey of solid waste generation and composition in a rapidly growing urban area in Central Nigeria. Waste Management, 27(3), 352

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Adegbemi Babatunde Onakoya

, Annals of Statistics 6, 266-291. Breusch, T. S. (1978). Testing for autocorrelation in dynamic linear models. Australian Economic Papers. 17, 334-355. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8454.1978.tb00635.x. Breusch, T.S. & Pagan, A.R. (1979). A simple test for heteroscedasticity and random coefficient variation, Econometrica, 47, 1287- 1294. Central Bank of Nigeria (2012). Statement of Accounts and Annual Reports. Abuja: Central Bank of Nigeria Central Bank of Nigeria (2015). Statistical Bulletin. Retrieved from www

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Gunta Pastore

. The new member states and the making of EU foreign policy. European Foreign Affairs Review. II, pp. 143–162. Fiott, D. 2010. How Europeanized has Maltese foreign policy become? Mediterranean Quarterly , 21(3), pp. 104–118. Galbreath, D. J. Lašas, A and Lamoreaux, J, W. 2008. Continuity and Change in the Baltic Sea Region: Comparing Foreign Policies , Amsterdam: Rodopi B. V. Galbreath, D.J. and Lamoreaux, J, W. 2010. The Baltic States as ‘Small States’ negotiating the ‘East’ by engaging the ‘West’. The Journal of Baltic Studies , 39(1), pp. 1

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Agata Frankowska, Izabella Łęcka and Jan Frankowski

1 Introduction Poland, along with other Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, has been recognised as an emerging donor since the new millennium. The literature concerning Polish development assistance is rich, though it is not diversified in terms of the range of topics. Since the accession of Poland to the European Union, foreign institutions, non-governmental organisations and individual scientists have been analysing the Polish development cooperation system mainly from the perspective of the Visegrad Group countries ( Drążkiewicz-Grodzicka, 2013

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Ngo Trung Thanh, Philippe Lebailly and Nguyen Thi Dien

Fortune or Menace to Human Security in Mberengwa Rural District of Zimbabwe? Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research, 2 (9), 1-9. Farrell, M., Kairytė, E., Nienaber, B., McDonagh, J., & Mahon, M. (2014). Rural Return Migration: Comparative Analysis between Ireland and Lithuania. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 3 , 127-149. Farrell, M., Mahon, M., & McDonagh, J. (2012). The rural as a return migration destination. European Countryside, 4 (1), 13. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/v10091-012-0012-9 Gashi, A., & Adnett, N

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Cletus Famous Nwankwo

connected and central to these divisions ( Zarycki, 2000 ; Johnston, 2015 ). The basis of geographers’ analysis of electoral cleavages has been the model developed by Lipset and Rokkan (1967) which argues that there exist age-long divisions between assemblies of voters, with political parties mobilised on either side of the cleavage. This theory proposes that it was shared experiences in the political histories of the Western European countries upon which the thesis is developed that structured the political system into four types of cleavages: between the centre and