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Volume 27, Issue 1
Across East-Central Europe, the political center ground has long been characterized by the uneasy cohabitation of liberal and illiberal norms, but the latter have been gradually overpowering the former.
Volume 25, Issue 4
The European Parliament elections of May 2014 were not an “earthquake,” but they did signal that Euroskeptic parties are drawing closer to the European political mainstream.
Volume 12, Issue 4
To grasp what is happening in the former USSR, we must examine the types of nationalism that flourish there.