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Inna Šteinbuka, Tatyana Muravska and Andris Kuznieks

), ‘Prospects for China-CEE Relations in the 16+1 Format,’ Bulletin Pism, no. 76 (926), 18 November 2016. Retrieved from https://www.pism.pl/publications/bulletin/no-76-926 [accessed May 2017] Turcsányi, R. (2014), ‘Central and Eastern Europe’s courtship with China: Trojan horse within the EU?’ EU-Asia at a Glance. Retrieved from http://www.eias.org/wpcontent/uploads/2016/02/EU-Asia-at-a-glance-Richard-Turcsanyi-China-CEE.pdf [accessed May 2017] Valero, J. (2016), ‘Brussels clears way for China to pour billions into Juncker Plan,’ Euractiv

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Artem Patalakh

, perspectives and prospects,’ in W. Outhwaite (ed.) Brexit: Sociological Responses , New York: Anthem Press, pp. 127–138. Orenstein, M. & Kelemen, D. (2017), ‘Trojan horses in EU foreign policy,’ Journal of Common Market Studies , vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 87–102. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12441 Patalakh, A. (2016), ‘Assessment of soft power strategies: towards an aggregative analytical model for country-focused case study research,’ Croatian International Relations Review , vol. 22, no. 76, pp. 85–112. https://doi.org/10.1515/cirr-2016-0007 Patalakh, A

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Balázs Sárvári and Anna Szeidovitz

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Greta Mackonytė, Catalina Lomos and Wim van Oorschot

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In this article, we propose a new variable in the formation of individual attitudes towards governmental responsibilities to the unemployed – the perceived magnitude of unemployment. Our choice is based on the argument that people’s reactions are strongly influenced by subjective meanings ascribed to social realities. We apply a multilevel analysis approach and mainly use the European Social Survey (2008). Results show that the perceived magnitude of unemployment positively influences public attitudes towards governmental responsibilities to the unemployed, when corrected for a series of relevant individual and national characteristics. Moreover, of all tested measures of actual unemployment rates, only the long-term unemployment rate has a significant effect on attitudes towards governmental responsibilities to the unemployed. Interestingly, this effect is negative, which raises questions about how the social realities of unemployment translate into perceptions of unemployment.

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Marsela Musabelliu

, R., 2014. Central and Eastern Europe’s courtship with China: Trojan horse within the EU? EU-Asia at a Glance. European Institute of Asian Studies, IAS Policy Paper , [online] January. Available at: http://www.eias.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/EU-Asia-at-a-glance-Richard-Turcsanyi-China-CEE.pdf [Accessed 7 May 2015]. The World Bank, 2016?. Available at: http://databank.worldbank.org/data/Views/Metadata/MetadataWidget.aspx?Name=GINI%20index%20(World%20Bank%20estimate)&Code=SI.POV.GINI&Type=S&ReqType=Metadata&ddlSelectedValue=SAU&ReportID=43276&ReportType

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Brendan Flynn

: security sector reform or counter-insurgency by proxy? European Security 24 2 353 367 Tardy, T., 2014. CSDP: getting third states on board. European Union Institute for Security Studies Brief 6 . Tardy T. 2014 CSDP: getting third states on board European Union Institute for Security Studies Brief 6 Trondal, J., Murdoch, Z. and Geys. B., 2015. On Trojan Horses and revolving doors: Assessing the autonomy of national officials in the European Commission. European Journal of Political Research , 54 (2): 249-270. Trondal J