Call for Papers: ‘Europeanisation of minority policies in the EU and its neighbourhood: from diffusion to differentiated integration, to disintegration?’

Call for Papers:‘Europeanisation of minority policies in the EU and its neighbourhood: from diffusion to differentiated integration, to disintegration?’Annual Research Symposium 2015, CRN Centrifugal EuropeQueen’s University Belfast, 6-8 March 2015Minority rights remain one of the most problematic and sensitive areas for reform both within and beyond the European Union (EU). Despite the change promoted through Europeanisation pressures, in EU candidate and neighbourhood countries Europeanisation of minority rights remains a highly contested issue with policies varying across countries. Even though the protection of minorities and the improvement of minority rights were included in the 1993 Copenhagen Criteria as…

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Call for papers – Valahian Journal of Historical Studies 17

Call for papers No. 17 (2012) Minorities under National-Communism.The Dialectics of Marxism and Nationalism in the Shadow of the Brezhnev Doctrine   In the nationally-conflicted 19th century, Karl Marx promised that Communism will once and for all put an end to the national problem, which was nothing more than a bourgeoisie maneuver aimed at “inciting nations against each other”. The famous slogan Proletarians of all countries, unite! sounded for many generations of Marx’s followers as the promise of a bright future, where both social and national oppression shall seize to…

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Call for papers – Valahian Journal of Historical Studies 16

Call for papers No. 16 (2011) Bilateral relations between distant countries The drive towards modernization, the birth of modern states, the diplomacy, the communication revolution, the advance of knowledge, the modern tourism have all encouraged to a various degree the encounters between distant countries and peoples to the extent that diplomatic relations between them have started, economic and ideological exchanges have progressed and the mutual knowledge has increased. Regardless the increasing number of academic works dealing with bilateral relations between such countries, there is very little research on the methodology…

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