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Ferenc Bódi, Jenő Zsolt Farkas and Péter Róbert

were the Visegrád Group (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia—hereinafter referred to as V4) and four Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden—hereinafter referred to as S4). 1 The article introduces a phenomenon that

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Scandinavianism

Mapping the Rise of a New Concept

Ruth Hemstad

the question of international inspirations and examine what sort of reception and opposition the neologism had in the different Scandinavian countries. Before Scandinavianism In what respect did the idea and movement that has been described as

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'The body always has at least one wound'

Pia Tafdrup in Conversation

Ruth O'Callaghan and Pia Tafdrup

Pia Tafdrup is a, possibly the, premier poet of Denmark, who has garnered many accolades and awards including the coveted Nordic Prize – the most prestigious literary award of the five Scandinavian countries – and the Swedish Academy’s Nordic Prize 2006. She has travelled throughout the world with her poetry and her work has been translated into many languages. She is a member of the Danish Academy and the prestigious European Academy of Poetry.

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The Chimes of Liberation and the Millennial Frontier

Extract of the Statement at the Conference Forum 2000, 4 September 2007

Wole Soyinka

The rise of extreme nationalism, racism and xenophobia that swept through France, Germany, the United Kingdom and even some Scandinavian countries during the past decade – a tendency that appears only very recently to have begun very slightly to reverse itself – is yet again evidence of the ease with which the collective mind can be swept up by demagoguery that appeals to that 'zone of faith' in the consciousness of most human beings. The 'nation' is only another article of faith – like religion and ideology, and an appeal to the irrational baggage that sustains it in the mind is no different from the irrational supports of religious or totalitarian orders.

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Editorial

The Rule of Law—A Heuristic Perspective?

” ( UNP 2017: 7 ). In the second article, Ferenc Bódi, Jenő Zsolt and Péter Róbert measure and compare outcomes of processes resulting in an increase of social capacity or anomie between four Scandinavian countries and four Eastern European countries seen

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Ocean, Motion, Emotion

Mobilities and Mobilizations in the Pacific

Matt Matsuda

than 200, and asylum was granted in Canada and a few Scandinavian countries. Australia, though a regional economic and political power, took in a small number—28—and continues to be roiled by debates about “queue jumping” and arguments that present the

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Lamazhaa Chimiza

musicians, Suzukei—as a researcher with worldwide experience who has visited many countries—often notes differences in approach compared to certain cultures in Europe. For example, in the Scandinavian countries since the 1970s, departments of ethnomusicology

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Regional and sub-regional effects on development policies

The Benelux and the Nordic countries compared

Lauri Siitonen

and Sweden). 2 The Benelux and Nordic countries include the five best performing donors of development aid (Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the three Scandinavian countries 3 ) as well as two relatively well-performing ones (Belgium and Finland

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Kaloyan Haralampiev and Georgi Dimitrov

than in the Scandinavian countries; second, compared with this average rate, the average values for the entire group of “post-communist states” are found to be similar because they, too, consist of incompatible cases. But this does not prove the latter

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Vilhjalmur Stefansson

The Northward Course of Empire, The Adventure of Wrangel Island, 1922–1925, and “Universal Revolution”

Paul Dukes

are. Canada and the northern United States. To the eastward, about half way from the equator to the North Pole, lie the European lands of Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the Scandinavian countries, European Russia, and Turkey. Then came Siberia and