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Comparative International Poltics in Central and Eastern Europe

This course aims at providing students with a basic knowledge of international politics in the region of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe after the end of the Cold War. In a comparative and comprehensive manner, it introduces the historical and theoretical context as well as topics such as civic space, ethnic relations and conflicts, minority rights, democratization and democratic backsliding, external actors and international relations. Graduates know and understand basic theories and definitions regarding Central Europe, Eastern Europe and South-Eastern Europe, as well as the historic, cultural and institutional background of current international relations in the same region. It will explore the motivations and policies of individual countries of Central Europe, Eastern Europe and South-Eastern Europe, together with the general political, social and economic mechanisms that define its politics.

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