We invite you to read the newest volume of the Yearbook of the Institute of East-Central Europe: The Baltic Sea Region: States, Societies, and Future Development. Editors: Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, Peteris F. Timofejevs
Table of contents:
Kazimierz Musiał, The integrative potential of science and research cooperation for suturing the Baltic Sea Region in the 21st century
Alexander Sergunin, Is Russia a “good CBSS citizen”?
Katarzyna Dośpiał-Borysiak, Urban climate policy and the Nordic potential for carbon neutrality – the case study of city of Helsinki
Aleksandra Borowicz, Evaluation of the Investment Development Path concept in selected Baltic Sea Region states: Where are we?
Marta Szulc, Youth policy in the Baltic Sea Region – a case study of Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, and Polish youth participation in the BSSSC Working Group on Youth Policy
Justyna Olędzka, Deadlock or new opening? Current state and prospects for development of Lithuanian-Belarusian relations
Peteris F. Timofejevs, Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, The challenge of Populist Radical Right Parties to Europeanization – the cases of Estonia and Latvia, 2018-2021
Barbara Jundo-Kaliszewska, Agata Włodarska-Frykowska, National and ethnic minorities and the image of the state in international public relations: a comparative study of Lithuania and Estonia
Aneta Bąk-Pitucha, The policy of the Polish authorities towards national and ethnic minorities after 1989 Konrad Słowiński, Historical issues in Polish-Russian relations within the period of 1989 to 2007
Michał Wawrzonek, Oliwia Kropornicka, Politics of memory in Ukraine. A case study on the commemoration of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky
Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, K. Duvold, S. Berglund, J. Ekman, The Political Culture in the Baltic States: Between National and European Integration
Katarzyna Szwed, E. Kuzborska-Pacha, Ochrona prawna mniejszości narodowych w państwach bałtyckich [Protection of the rights of national minorities in the Baltic States]
The Yearbook is available here: