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– the finding of a fresh formula for the transatlantic alliance. Josep Borell – the EU Foreign Policy Chief – in an interview with Euronews in mid-May 2020, was asked – in view that President Trump does not have confidence in China, does he himself

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than detailed – “Christian National” ideology of the interwar Hungary ( Ádám – Bozóki 2016 : 105). ad 14. The autocracies and the dictatorships are more inclined to associate conflict-seeking foreign policies with the assertion of their interests. They

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economic policy. In addition, since 2017, it has pursued a coercive expansionist foreign policy and punitive diplomacy with aspirations of evolving into a hegemonic power ( Schell – Gross 2023 ). Schuman (2020) verified China's expansive hegemonic

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needed to gain popular support with an appeal to Russian ethno-nationalism, orthodoxy and imperial ambitions as it became obvious with the annexation of the Crimea and the proxy war in the Ukraine and other foreign policy adventures (including

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more than 30 per cent ( Dietrich – Möller 2015 ). Little wonder that Foreign Policy’s 2015 diagnosis was that ‘Europe’s kids are moody and depressed’ ( Stokes 2015 ). Surprisingly, this attitude is common also in societies that have enjoyed more recent

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): Vietnam PM backs off from U.S.-led TPP, Emphasizes Independent Foreign Policy . https://www.reuters.com/article/us-vietnam-economy-tpp-idUSKBN13C06V , accessed 25

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domestic or foreign policy decisions following this categorization. Thus, Prydz and Wadhwa (2019) point out that until recently, the World Bank only used the income classifications for analytical purposes, but they now also affect some operational

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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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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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