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Policy coherence for development and migration

Analyzing US and EU policies through the lens of normative transformation

Harlan Koff

, Spain and Greece were criticized for being “Europe’s soft underbelly” (Koff, 2008, p. 10). The 2015–2016 migration/refugee crisis has demonstrated that EU policy-making in migration affairs has not evolved significantly, and it has not sufficiently

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The Ukrainian divide

The power of historical narratives, imagined communities, and collective memories

Alina Penkala, Ilse Derluyn, and Ine Lietaert

, Poles were Catholic (Western Christianity) and Ruthenians were Greek Catholic (Eastern Christianity), both loyal to Rome but with different rites. Last, there was a strong impact of social stratification, since almost all landlords were Polish, and

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Quantitative research approaches in support of the new EC framework to safeguard the rule of law in EU

Kaloyan Haralampiev and Georgi Dimitrov

in Greece, with its ubiquitous practice of large-scale governmental cheating, as well as in Hungary, which recently provided numerous reasons for concern about the implementation of the ROL ( Bugaric, 2014 ), indicate that there is sufficient ground

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Revisiting Europe in search of regional cohesion

John Agnew

–2012 brought massive austerity to the public budgets of such southern countries as Italy, Greece, and Portugal. The EU itself failed to develop any sort of centralized fiscal structure to match the monetary institutions, particularly the European Central Bank

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Assisted “voluntary” return of women to Kosovo

Rhetoric and reality within the framework of development

Sandra Sacchetti

Emigration in all its forms has a long tradition in Kosovo. For decades, rural households relied on the remittances sent by family members working abroad as migrant laborers in Turkey and Greece, and later in the former Yugoslavia (in what are now Croatia and

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A new research agenda to move beyond (a)gendered regions

Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary

interaction” ( Thrift, 1983, p. 40 ). This reflection calls for a much deeper renewal of thinking on the roots of liberal democracies, including the ancient Greek model that excluded foreigners and women, the American Revolution that lay the foundation for

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Rethinking “new regionalisms” out of Africa 2020

Timothy M. Shaw and Abigail Kabandula

-state, ecological, informal, and even illegal transnational “regions” are so considered rather than just traditional interstate organizations ( Fanta et al., 2013 ). And the eurozone crisis concentrated in the Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain (PIIGS), now

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Central American integration through infrastructure development

A case study of Costa Rican hydropower

Denielle M. Perry and Kate A. Berry

-Caro, 2006 ). 3 This is roughly the size of the U.S. state of West Virginia or the European country of Greece. 4 CNFL would remain the main electricity company in the country until ICE’s inception in 1949 ( Chamberlain, 2007 ; ICE, 1988

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Normative policy coherence for development and policy networks

EU networks in Vietnam

Sandra Häbel

, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) and the EU delegation. While this number is neither low (indicating a

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The health of migrants as a global peace and security agenda

Dudziro Nhengu

classified as “urgent care” under humanitarian clauses in Greece, Italy, and Spain, in principle giving pregnant women open access to health care regardless of their legal status. Reference is made to Greece Law, 4386/2016, which stipulates free maternity