Ed. by Gediminas VITKUS. Vilnius: editor Gediminas Vitkus, the authors were encouraged to undertake this publication and the Politologija, , nr. 4 (60). Gediminas vitkus, Diplomatinė aporija: tarptautinė Lietuvos ir Rusijos santykių ‘ Baltijos valstybės ir Rusija: liminali dvišalių santykių būsena,’ Politologija Wars of Lithuania: a systemic quantitative analysis of Lithuania’s wars in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Gediminas Vitkus(Book) 4 editions.
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Although the EU has passed a long way and implemented a lot of impressive projects, previous merits were not sufficient for permanent and unconditional public confidence and support.
Two main alternatives could be discerned out of recent discussions and debates.
Lithuanian 25 English 15 German 1 Polish 1. Lietuvos karine diplomatija XXI amziuje: It proposes the EU to continue transformation along the lines of federal democratic state model. English Copyright of Politologija is the property of Vilnius University and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission.
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