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change in foreign policy that led to the listing of several persons in Western Europe who had been convicted by the People's Prosecutor's Office. 66 After that, however, there is only one official source linked to the events of Dohnányi's prosecution

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frequently used by the Russian authorities as a foreign policy tool ( Jirusek – Kuchynkova 2018 ). It has also been a subject of anti-trust investigations in the EU ( Tagliapietra 2017 ). 15 In the decade of 2010s, Belarus and Uzbekistan made some progress in

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Foreign Policy. Diss. Chicago 1966, 20–27; Vossing 2014, 34–37; Wijnendaele 2015 , 74–78. 81 See also Olymp. Frag. 42 where the story of a Barbarian foederatus is given, but his nationality is omitted. 82 Theoretically, a success against the Vandals in

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that large funding funneled into think tanks such as the Atlantic Council from China, Turkey and Russia are aimed at shaping foreign policy debates. Citing a Freedom House inquiry, they point to leading universities in the West accepting sponsorship

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when the world body was founded. However, the importance of this area has increased over the past decades and human rights issues are now a priority in the foreign policy of all countries. In fact, even the predecessor Commission on Human Rights played

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kins in the neighboring countries, has been the cornerstone of conservative domestic politics and after the political transition in 1989, a constitutional responsibility and a foreign policy priority. The 1920 Treaty of Trianon also serves as a symbol

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conditions, and, in this, it is supported by others in the developing world. For China, claimed “non-interference” in the internal affairs of other countries is a key plank of its contemporary foreign policy orthodoxy and a driving principle in its

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Ethnicity and Representation

Material Folk Art at the Intersection of Local Identity, Minority Policy Goals, and Ethnographers' Aspirations in the 1970s and 1980s in Hungary

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
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Bence Ament-Kovács

foreign policy factors. These changes were given greater urgency by the crisis in ethnic education, while the ten years that had passed since the previous party decision also justified the carrying out of a review ( Föglein 2001 :56–57; Tóth 2017

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, for example, Stola 2012 . 22 The fact that the prime minister of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko — partly as a result of the revolution/foreign policy conflict in eastern Ukraine (the “Russian–Ukrainian” war) that broke out in the winter of 2013

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