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PECOB's Papers series

"PECOB's papers" series is a collection of papers on various topics related to Central, Eastern and Balkan Europe, and the post-Soviet space written by prominent scholars, researchers, PhD candidates and promising students. Because of their relevance and scientific innovation all papers in this series are assigned the ISSN.

Papers can be published in English or in any other language of Central Eastern Europe and the Balkans. They can address one or more disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, such as politics, economics, history, society, langugage, literature, culture and media. Many authors employ a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach.

Recent papers published in the PECOB's papers series include works on Hungarian and Soviet foreign policy, the European integration of Southeast Europe, policy making in the Western Balkans, Censorship in Yugoslavia in the 1940s and 1950s.

PECOB's Papers can be dowloaded for free and can be shared as long as you attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor.

 
 


 

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Title: PECOB's papers series
Publisher: Portal on Central Eastern and Balkan Europe
Language: multilinguistic (English and original languages of the countries considered on PECOB)
Topics: Politics; Economics; History; Society; Languages, Literature and Culture; Media  
Monthly ISSN: 2038-632X    
Editorial Assistant: Ms Luciana Moretti

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