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Vjeran Katunarić

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Arūnas Molis, Claudia Palazzo and Kaja Ainsalu

) “Electricity and Gas Markets in Estonia. Report 2016” (pp 88), available at http://www.konkurentsiamet.ee/?id=14463 (accessed 08/2018) National Development Plan of the Energy Sector until 2030 (2017) Government of Estonia (pp 124), available at https://www.mkm.ee/sites/ default/files/ndpes_2030_eng.pdf (accessed 08/2018) Oras, K. (2018) “In the light of global sustainable development goals, Estonia faces challenges in all environmental areas” (pp 9-11), Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics Estonia, 2/2018, available at https

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Māris Andžāns and Viljar Veebel

International Relations Clingendael. Available: http://www.gsdrc.org/document-library/deterrence-as-a-security-concept-against-non-traditional-threats-in-depth-study/ Veebel, V., Markus, R. (2016). Will sanctions against Russia be successful: will Russia fall before Ukraine? Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues, Vol. 5 (4), pp.465–480. World Bank (2017). Military expenditure (% of GDP). Available: http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/MS.MIL.XPND.GD.ZS?end=2016&locations=EE-LV&start=2004&view=chart Zagare, F.C. (1993). Asymmetric Deterrence

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Viljar Veebel and Illimar Ploom

. Veebel, V. (2016). Balancing between solidarity and responsibility: Estonia in the EU refugee crisis. Journal on Baltic Security, 1 (2), 28−61. Veebel, V.; Markus, R. (2016). Will sanctions against Russia be successful: will Russia fall before Ukraine? Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues, 5 (4), 465−480, /10.9770/jssi.2016.5.4(2). Veebel, V. and Loik, R. (2012). “Estonia: Life in Post-Communist Eastern Europe after EU Membership” In D. O’Beachain (eds.) Life in Post-Communist Europe after EU Membership. Routledge, London

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Viljar Veebel and Illimar Ploom

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Talknice Saungweme and Nicholas M. Odhiambo

Development, 2012. Excessive commodity price volatility: Macroeconomic effects on growth and policy options. Contribution from the UNCTAD secretariat to the G20 Commodity Markets Working Group. Geneva, Switzerland: UNCTAD. United Nations Development Programme, 2006. Economic Policies for Growth, Employment, and Poverty Reduction: Case Study for Zambia, 2 (Main Report). Lusaka: UNDP. United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, 2016. Country Profile, Zambia . UNECA. World Bank, 1993. Zambia: Prospects for sustainable and equitable growth

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Bjarki Valtysson

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This article inspects discursive shifts in the EU’s cultural policy and how these relate to the four ‘generations’ of EU cultural programmes: Raphaël, Ariane, Kaleidoscope; Culture 2000; Culture 2007; and the current Creative Europe programme. This paper therefore accounts for a ‘discursive journey’ that started in the 1970s and culminated with Article 128 in the Maastricht Treaty, which formally constituted the EU’s cultural policy. The article reveals that there can be detected certain shifts in discourses concerning the EU’s cultural programmes, but these shifts are aligned to older discourses within the cultural sector which, prior to the Maastricht Treaty, applied implicit cultural interventions. These therefore represented ‘camouflaged’ cultural understanding and appliances, which were instrumental and promoted economically and politically induced discourses. The major shift detected in the recent Creative Europe programme is a step away from discourses that facilitate the political construction of a ‘people’s Europe’, thereby utilising further discourses that promote aims which adhere to the Union’s Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

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Simona Ferraro, Pawan Kumar Dutt and Tanel Kerikmäe

European Law , 39(2): 191-209. Hoffmann, T. and others, 2015. How to keep open-source based innovation approaches sustainable: a view from the intellectual property perspective. Entrepreneurship and sustainability issues , 2(3): 133-141. Hoffmann, T. and others, 2016. Enforcing Chinese Antimonopoly Law in the Internet Industry: An Analysis with Special References to Baidu.com. China and WTO Review , 2(2): 223−256. Index Mundi, 2017. European Union Economy Profile 2017. [online]. Available at: http

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Maja Turnšek Hancic

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Mercedes Rosello

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