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Challenges, Conflicts, and Opportunities. 100 Years of State- and Nationhood in Central and Eastern Europe
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Linguistic Justice, van Parijs, and Esperanto

oratiereeks van de Universiteit van Amsterdam op vrijdag 13 maart 2015. Amsterdam University Press. LINDSTEDT, Jouko. 2009. Esperanto: an Eastern European Contact Language? In: VOSS, Christian–NAGÓRKO, Alicja (eds), Die Europäizität der Slawia oder dies Slawizität Europas. Ein Beitrag der kultur- und sprachrelativistischen Linguistik (Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe, 2). Munich–Berlin: Otto Sagner. LINDSTEDT, Jouko. 2010. Esperanto as a Family Language. In: DERVIN, F. (ed.), Lingua francas. La véhicularité linguistique pour vivre

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Using Logic to Model Interests in Ethnic Conflicts: The Case of the Hungarian Minority in Slovakia and Slovenia

, L. 2011a. Language Policies in Central and East European States with Hungarian Minorities: Implications for Linguistic Rights Protection of National Minorities in the EU. In: I. Horváth-M. Tonk (eds), Minority Politics within Europe of Regions. Cluj-Napoca: Scientia Publishing House, 155-185. 2011b. European Tools of Conflict Management in Central and Eastern European States with Hungarian Minorities. It Beaken: meideilingen fan de Fryske Akademy 73(3-4): 129-146. 2012. Multilingualism in Europe: Policy and Practice. In: L. Marácz-M. Rosello (eds

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Hungarian Minority Politics in Post-Socialist Romania: Interests, Strategies, and Discourses

Magyar nemzet” és az állampolgárság. Fundamentum 2. KRZYZANOWSKI, Michael-WODAK, Ruth. 2009. Introduction: Discourse of Social and Political Transformation in the ‘New Europe’ In: Aleksandra, Galasińska-Michał, Krzyżanowski (eds), Discourse and Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan. LÁSZLÓ, Márton-NOVÁK, Csaba Zoltán. 2012. A szabadság terhe. Marosvásárhely, 1990. március 16-21. Csíkszereda: Pro-Print. LIJPHART, Arend. 2014. The Puzzle of Indian Democracy: A Consociational Interpretation

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Concepts of Citizenship in Eastern and Western Europe

. 1996. Nationalism Reframed. Nationhood and the National Question in the New Europe . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. BÚR-BAKY, Miklós. 2005. Az alkotmány őre [The Guard of the Constitution]. Magyar Narancs 35: 172–173. CULIC, Irina. 2003. State Building and Constitution Writing in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989. Regio 1(3): 38–58. CULIC, Irina. 2006. Dilemmas of Belonging: Hungarians from Romania. Nationalities Papers 2(34): 175–200. CULIC, Irina. 2009. Dual Citizenship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe. Working

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A Successful Example of Complex Country Branding: The ‘E-Estonia’ Positioning Concept and Its Relation to the Presidency of the Council of the EU

://www.szazadveg.hu/uploads/media/587ceed607ef2/public-diplomacy-strat.pdf ; downloaded on: 11 February 2017. SZONDI, György. 2007. The Role and Challenges of Country Branding in Transition Countries: The Central and Eastern European Experience. Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 3(1): 8–20. TORONTÁLI, Zoltán. 2016. Az észtek pár év alatt a semmiből építették fel a jövőt [In a Few Years, Estonians Have Built the Future out of Nothing]. HVG , http://hvg.hu/gazdasag/20160502_eszt_gazdasagi_modell_kalle_palling_atlathatosag_ekormanyzat ; published on: 2 May 2016. TROUT

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