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Never-Ending Second World War: Public Performances of National Dignity and the Drama of the Bronze Soldier
The article scrutinizes the April 2007 Bronze Soldier incident in Tallinn, Estonia, as a struggle over interpretations of history and as a public drama geared at upholding the national dignity, bothExpand
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Post-Cold War Identity Politics: Northern and Baltic Experiences
Possessing a Baltic Europe - retold national narratives in the European North, Marko Lehti Nordic near abroad or new Northern Europe? perspectives on post-Cold War regional co-operation in the BalticExpand
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A Baltic League as a Construct of the New Europe: Envisioning a Baltic Region and Small State Sovereignty in the Aftermath of the First World War
Contents: Independence within the Russian Empire - The Baltic League and the Idea of Limited Sovereignty (1918) - Independence and a League of Small Nations (1919-1920) - A Changing Baltic LeagueExpand
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BALTIC REGION IN BECOmING : FROm THE COuNCIL OF THE BALTIC SEA STATES TO THE Eu ’ S STRATEGY FOR THE BALTIC SEA AREA
The first decade of the 21 century approaches its end and now it is possible to recognize clear signs of returning of visionary thinking to depict the Baltic Sea Area (BSA). The BSA has again becomeExpand
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Mapping the study of the Baltic Sea area: From nation-centric to multinational history
Abstract In this article alternative ways of using the Baltic Sea area, North East Europe and Northern Europe among historians are examined. The Baltic Sea area and Northern Europe have been depictedExpand
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Protégé or Go-Between? The Role of the baltic states after 9/11 in eu–US Relations
Since 9/11, Washington has viewed the new Europe as a protégé of the United States, whose role is to repair the political bridge across the Atlantic. Whereas the lure of the United States has startedExpand
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The struggle for the West : a divided and contested legacy
In recent years debates about the nature and future of the West have been high on the political agenda. Prognoses of the West’s imminent demise have been countered by those arguing for its continuedExpand
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