The Kremlin’s Bulgarian Game

Originally published on Defencereport. Republished with permission from the author. By Kseniya Kirillova In early October, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, during an

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Hungary from liberal to illiberal democracy

By Sedef Asli Topal Sedef Asli Topal, M.A. Graduate in International Relations – Legal and Business Aspects, University of Szeged, Hungary

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In Central Europe, militarised societies are on the march

Weronika Grzebalska, Polish Academy of Sciences Russia recently held one of the largest “war games” since the Cold War, on

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Rising Eurosceptical narrative, Anti-Islamism and European Identityl

Sedef Asli Topal, Master of Arts in International Relations – Legal and Business Perspective The University of Szeged, Hungary The

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