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It’s Getting Personal: Personalisation of political campaigns in four Prague districts during the 2018 Czech Senate elections

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Usage of Social Network Analysis (Sna) in Crisis Management

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The Power of the Capability Constraint: On Russia’s Strength in the Arctic Territorial Dispute

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Newcomer, Normal Player or Regional Leader? Perceptions of Poland in the EU

Clash of Capitalisms and the European Social Model. Comparative European Politics 10 (4): 476–504. Copeland, P. (2013): Central and Eastern Europe: Negotiating Influence in an Enlarged European Union. Europe-Asia Studies 66 (3): 467–487. Copsey, N. – Haughton, T. (2009): The Choices for Europe: National Preferences in New and Old Member States. Journal of Common Market Studies 47 (2): 263–286. Copsey, N. – Pomorska, K. (2010): Poland’s Power and Influence in the European Union. Comparative European Politics 8 (1): 304–326. Copsey, N

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Is the “new” always “new”? Theoretical framework problems of new political parties’ research: The Czech Republic experience

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Understanding Strategic Information Manoeuvres in Network Media to Advance Cyber Operations: A Case Study Analysing Pro-Russian Separatists’ Cyber Information Operations in Crimean Water Crisis

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Beyond Assimilation and Integration: The Shift to ‘National’ and ‘Transnational’ Inclusion

Romanian Immigrants: The Role of Prejudice and Public and Private Acculturation Areas. The Journal of Social Psychology 154(4): 339-351. RUEDIN, D.-D’AMATO, G. 2011. Social Cohesion Challenges in Europe. EU-US Immigration Systems 2011/04, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, San Domenico di Fiesole (FI): European University Institute. RYAN, L.-SALES, R.-TILKI, M.-SIARA, B. 2008. Social Networks, Social Support and Social Capital: The Experiences of Recent Polish Migrants in London. Sociology 42(4): 672-690. SIRIN, S

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Adaptation Strategies to Turkish Society of Europeans Married to Turkish Citizens

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The Development Path of the Miskolc Agglomeration (1970–2015)

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The Police System Reform in Georgia (Informal Power its Forms, Types and Spheres of Influence)

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