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Motivational Factors in the Acquisition of Welsh in Poland

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Polish Migration’s Socio-Cultural Impact on Wales in the Aftermath of 2004 – Preliminary Findings from Western Wales: An Aberystwyth Case Study

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The Impact of EU Political Conditionality on Minority Rights in Western Balkans: Insights from the Croatian Enlargement

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