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Radical Left in Albania and Kosovo: Differences and Similarities

dhe organizatave të shoqërisë civile. Polis, 11, 48-61 • Fischer, B. J. (2005). L’Anschluss italiano. La guerra in Albania (1939-1945), Nardó: Besa Editrice • Flick, U. (1998). An introduction to qualitative research. London: Sage • Fuga, A. (2003) Majtas jo djathtas. Tirana: Botime ORA • Halikiopoulou, D., Nanou, K. & Vasilopoulo, S. (2012). The paradox of nationalism: The common denominator of radical right and radical left euroscepticism. European Journal of Political Research, 51, 504

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Europe at the Crossroad: Decline or Reconstruction?

& Malden, MA: Polity, pp. 124–150. Azmanova, A. (2009), ‘1989 and the European Social Model: Transition without emancipation,’ Philosophy & Social Criticism , vol. 35, no. 9, pp. 1019–1037. https://doi.org/10.1177/0191453709343384 Baier, W. (2016), ‘When winter came in July: the left has to rethink Europe,’ in W. Baier, E. Canepa & E. Himmelstoss (eds.) The Enigma of Europe , London: Merlin Press, pp. 34–44. Baier, W. (2019), ‘Lenin, Luxemburg, Bauer – the left and the national,’ in W. Baier, E. Canepa & H. Golemis (eds.) The Radical Left in

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(In)efficiency of EU Common Foreign and Security Policy: Ukraine, Brexit, Trump and beyond

– a Europe that protects, empowers and defends. Strasbourg, 14 September 2016. KEUKELEIRE, S. and DELREAUS, T. 2008. The Foreign Policy of the European Union, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. KISSINGER, H. A. 1994. Diplomacy. New York: Simon & Schuster. KUNZ, J.L. 1953. Treaty Establishing the European Defense Community, The American Journal of International Law, 47 (2): 275-281. MARCH, L. 2011. Radical Left Parties in Contemporary Europe, Abingdon: Routledge. MCNAMARA, K. R. 2017. Trump Takes Aim at the European Union. Foreign Affairs, 24

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Japanese ‘Right-wing Rock’? A Lyrics Content Analysis

-123 Fogel, Joshua A. The Cultural Dimension of Sino-Japanese Relations: Essays on the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Armonk: M.E. Sharp, 1995 Frédéric, Louis. “Niitaka-yama nobore.” In Japan Encyclopedia, edited by Louis Frédéric. Cambridge MA: Belknap Press, 2002, p. 711 Hasegawa, Kenji. “In Search of a New Radical Left: The Rise and Fall of the Anpo Bund, 1955-1960.” In Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs, 3/1, 2003, pp. 75-92 Häusler, Alexander. “Szene, Subkultur oder Bewegung?” In RechtsRock: Bestandsaufnahme und

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Reclaiming Citizenship in the Post-Democratic Condition

Spain, these movements were linked to the rise of Syriza and Podemos, respectively. More specifically, in Greece, the protracted economic crisis led to a political crisis and the collapse of the party system. The result was the rise of strong social movements, which held society together and eventually led to the rise of the Coalition of the Radical Left (Syriza). Syriza won the elections of January 2015, with a mandate to renegotiate the bailout deals imposed on previous governments. This led to a tense negotiation process with Greece’s creditors, in which Greece

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Frontal assault versus incremental change: A comparison of collective bargaining in Portugal and the Netherlands

radical) left, which represent about 15% of the electorate. These parties, as well as the largest trade union confederation, are still demanding the reversion of those earlier reforms, as they think this would strengthen the bargaining power of workers/unions, and always raise this issue in discussions of collective bargaining themes. . Ultra-activity also applies to all covered firms, including those covered through extensions. Table 2a Ultra-activity Netherlands Portugal – pre 2012 Portugal – since 2012 Scope Ultra-activity of collective

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