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The Number and Geographical Scope of the EU Foreign Policy Initiatives of Small Member States: Does „smallness“ matter?

International Relations. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 28 May 2014) (accessed 29 September 2014),_consumption_per_capita_and_price_level_indices#Further_Eurostat_information (accessed 29 September 2014)

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Measurability of Social Development. Reflections on the Applicability of Social Progress Indices with Reference to Brexit


The question is how the global and local economic actors’ innovation-based local social and environmental objectives and results can modify the social cohesion strategies, how the disparities in economic and social development can be measured and evaluated at regional level in addition to a comparison across countries. We have seen that any one indicator in itself is not enough since it does not provide sufficient explanation for either the development disparities or their reasons. Anyway, in addition to GDP per capita, it is worth applying - and it is important to apply - such indicators as SPI and Well-Being, and various indices of social progress.

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Sports Diplomacy of Norway

Sports Diplomacy, Embassy of the United States in Oslo. August 2011. Web. 1 June 2015, <>. World GDP (nominal) per capita Ranking 2015. 27 April 2015. Web. 15 June 2015, <>. Youth Olympic Games. 2015. Web. 16.06.2015, <>. Abend, L., Why Nobody Wants to Host the 2022 Winter Olympics. “Time”. 3 October 2014. Web. 16 May 2015, <

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The “New Cold Warriors” and the “Pragmatics”: The Differences in Foreign Policy Attitudes towards Russia and the Eastern Partnership States among the NATO Member States from Central and South-Eastern Europe

Ukraine-Krise. Zeitschrift für Außen-und Sicherheitspolitik, 7: 431-440. Trading Economics, 2017. Albania’s unemployment rate. [online]. Available at: (Accessed 24 July 2016). Wolff, A. T., 2015. The future of NATO enlargement after the Ukraine crisis. International Affairs, 91(5): 1103-1121. World Bank, 2017. GDP per capita (current US$). [online]. Available at: (Accessed 11 July 2017).

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