Hybrid Warfare and why Eastern Europe makes an ideal candidate for Russia

Up until the end of the Soviet Union Russia had [...]

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The Case of ‘Hungry’ Venezuela: in Comparison with the Holodomor Crisis

Abstract: The intrinsic character of the Venezuelan crisis resulted with [...]

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The Balkan Investment Infrastructure: A forgotten framework of social implementation

Introduction Carol Elisabeth Moseley Braun, a former US senator and [...]

The Afghan Refugee crisis: the response of Central-Eastern and Southeastern Europe

The fall of the Afghan government has not only left [...]

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The politicisation of the Balkan societal structure: changing historical narratives

Introduction The history of the Balkan region is the product [...]

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Teaching and Parenting: Serbia’s Strains and Divides through Pandemic 

Almost a year after the World Health Organisation proclaimed the [...]

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