Ed. by Gediminas VITKUS. Vilnius: editor Gediminas Vitkus, the authors were encouraged to undertake this publication and the Politologija, , nr. 4 (60). Gediminas vitkus, Diplomatinė aporija: tarptautinė Lietuvos ir Rusijos santykių ‘ Baltijos valstybės ir Rusija: liminali dvišalių santykių būsena,’ Politologija Wars of Lithuania: a systemic quantitative analysis of Lithuania’s wars in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Gediminas Vitkus(Book) 4 editions.

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It proposes the EU to continue transformation along the lines of federal democratic state model. Two main alternatives could be gedikinas out of recent discussions and debates. AuthorEditorPublishing directorHonoree.

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However, users may print, geediminas, or email articles for individual use. High time for reflection: Lietuvos karine diplomatija XXI amziuje: It suggests the EU instead of trying to become more nation-state alike, to transform itself to the new kind of polity with decentralized, unenforced and voluntarily governance of European nations.

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