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Christian Schweiger

not coordinated with the rest of the eu . Consequently, it was widely considered as a move that encouraged more refugees and other migrants to make their way into Europe. Particularly the countries along the Balkan route, which most of the refugees

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Babak Rezvani

Central Russia, relatively far away from Central Asia and the Caucasus. Tatars speak a Kipchak Turkic language. Similar to Muslims of South Asia, Turkey, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Central Asia, and similar to their ethnic neighbours, the Bashkorts (also

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From Civilian Power to a Geo-economic Shaping Power

Stephen F. Szabo

a Germany which would act more like a traditional great power given both its regained sovereignty and the more fluid multipolar environment of post Cold War Europe. 6 The growing military involvement of Germany in the Balkan wars and Afghanistan

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Understanding Germany’s Short-lived “Culture of Welcome”

Images of Refugees in Three Leading German Quality Newspapers

Maximilian Conrad and Hugrún Aðalsteinsdóttir

response to the refugee crisis, it is important to look at the media discourses that accompanied Merkel’s announcement in September 2015 to open Germany’s borders to those refugees who had arrived in Hungary via the Balkans route and were stuck at makeshift

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The Mysterious Mr Le Queux

War Novelist, Defence Publicist and Counterspy

Roger T. Stearn

time travel as much as possible. I may accurately call myself a cosmopolitan’. He claimed he could speak five languages. After leaving the Globe he ‘travelled continually’ in Europe, including Russia and the Balkans, and in North Africa, and

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“Eyes Shut, Muted Voices”

Narrating and Temporalizing the Post–Civil War Era through a Monument

Dimitra Gefou-Madianou

nationalistic and irredentist claims on Southern Albania as being Greek, bringing to the surface the post-Ottoman agonistic nation-building in the Balkans. “During all these years, my co-villagers had their eyes open but did not see: eyes shut, muted voices,” as

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Between Dreams and Traces

Memory, Temporality, and the Production of Sainthood in Lesbos

Séverine Rey

by hero-victims, is in the Balkans an essential component of the national identity and of the consequent definition of ‘us’ and ‘them.’” The exemplariness of Saints Rafaïl, Nikolaos, and Irini is associated with the attempt to define national

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(Re)sounding Histories

On the Temporalities of the Media Event

Penelope Papailias

beyond the hijacker’s family circle, reaching Albanian listeners across the Balkans and eventually being played on Greek television. Remembering his distinction between blerje politik and blerje poetik , we witness not only the twisting of personal

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Fossilized Futures

Topologies and Topographies of Crisis Experience in Central Greece

Daniel M. Knight

. Other accounts are mediated through intergenerational familial oral history, such as how Papou Vassilis survived the Balkan Wars of 1912 and 1913 and fought on the Albanian border during World War II. However, Eleni believes that given the conditions of

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The ‘Frame’ at Adab

American Archaeological Misbehaviour in Late Ottoman Iraq (1899–1905)

Jameel Haque

. ( 2013 ), ‘ The Sting at Abad: Edgar James Banks and Early American Archaeology in Iraq ’, Anthropology of the Middle East 8 , no. 1 : 75 – 91 . Dadrian , V. ( 1995 ), The History of the Armenian Genocide: Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to