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Giedrius Česnakas, Gerda Jakštaitė and Justinas Juozaitis

Development of Nuclear Energy in the Baltic Region.” Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 10 (2012): 121–151. 30. Molis, Arūnas, and Tomas Vaišnoras. “Energy Security through Membership in NATO and the EU: Interests and Achievements of Lithuania.” Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review 32 (2014): 13–32. 31. Molis, Arūnas, and Tomas Vaišnoras. “Išorinė bendroji ES energetikos politika ir Lietuvos interesai”: 319–349. In: Dovilė Jankniūnaitė, ed. Ambicingas dešimtmetis: Lietuvos užsienio politika 2004-2014. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2015. 32

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Liudas Mažylis, Ingrida Unikaitė-Jakuntavičienė and Bernaras Ivanovas

hypotheses.” Gazette: International Journal for Communication Studies 66 (2004): 151-167. 20. Lepper, Andrzej. “Ogólne postulaty ideowo-programowe Samoobrony” // ment=02.postul.html (accessed October 10, 2012). 21. Lijphard, Arend, and Grofman Bernard. Electoral Laws & Their Political Consequences. New York: Algora Publishing, 2003. 22. Lippman, Walter . Public opinion. New York: Free Press Paperbacks, 1997. 23. “Luisai Rinau likti

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Lucia Husenicova

References Bernholz, P. (2007) Ideology, sects, state and totalitarianism. In Maier, H., & Schäfer, M. Totalitarianism and Political Religions, Volume II. Concepts for the comparison of dictatorship, 246-271. London: Routledge. Buzo, A. (2003). Partyzánská dynastie. Politika a vedení Severní Koreje. Praha: BB Art Cheon, S. (2013). The Kim Jong-un Regime’s „Byungjin“ (Paralled Development) Policy of Economy and Nuclear Weapons and the ‘April 1st Nuclearization Law‘, Korean Institute for National Unification

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Laviniu Bojor

-storyarchive/intelligence-human-intelligence.html [10] Nuclear spy ring consists of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Harry Gold, Klaus Fuchs, David and Ruth Greenglass [11] Kim Plilby [12] [13] [14] Dangle - A person sent by the intelligence agency of his or her own country who approaches an intelligence agency in the hope of being recruited as a spy so as to allow a double agent operation