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Internal and External Factors in the Development of a Network Organization in the Arts: Case Study of Društvo Asociacija

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Regulatory Patterns of the Internet Development: Expanding the Role of Private Stakeholders through Mediatized “Self-regulation”

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The EU’s Potential Role in the Six Party Talks and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis


Discourse on the Six Party Talks has focused solely on denuclearisation. Through the power struggles of the members and the refusal of the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK) to return to negotiations, the Six Party Talks have been stalled since 2008. Due to current increased tensions and the use of brinkmanship tactics the Talks must be restarted, albeit under a reformed shape. This paper analyses the potential role of the EU in furthering the peace process in Northeast Asia. This paper suggests that the EU needs to be more assertive and the Talks should focus on building trust and cooperation, not on the DPRK’s nuclear program. With its impartiality, experience in integration and use of soft power, the EU can act as an effective mediator building trust.

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Alternative Methods of Collective Disputes Resolution in the Czech Republic

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Customer Perception of CSR Activities: A Comparative Study of Finnish and Russian Consumers

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Determining the Priorities of the Development of EU Research Universities Based on the Analysis of Rating Indicators of World-Class Universities

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Narratives of Russia’s “Information Wars”

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Analyzing Malaise and Mobilization: The Effects of Media on Political Support and European Identity in Old and New Member States

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The Rise of Person-Based Politics in the New Democracies: The Czech Republic and Slovenia

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Attitudes towards the Government’s Remembrance Policy in Poland: Results of an Experimental Study

Remembrance:The Politics of Centenary Commemoration of the South African War of 1899–1902. Journal of Southern African Politics 30 (2): 359–375. Gutwein, Daniel (2009): The Privatization of the Holocaust: Memory, Historiography, and Politics. Israel Studies 14 (1): 36–64. Guyot, Sylvain, Seethal, Cecil (2007): Identity of Place, Places of Identity, Change of Place Names in Post-Apartheid South Africa. South African Geographical Journal 89 (1): 55–63. Hjarvard, Stig (2008): The Mediatization of Society. A Theory of Media as Agents of Social and

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