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Flex Actors and Philanthropy in (Post-)Conflict Arenas: Soros’ Open Society Foundations in the Post-Yugoslav Space

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  title={Flex Actors and Philanthropy in (Post-)Conflict Arenas: Soros’ Open Society Foundations in the Post-Yugoslav Space},
  author={Paul Stubbs},
  year={2013}
}
This paper explores, through interviews and archive material, key actors in George Soros’ Open Society Foundations in the post-Yugoslav space as “ 

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