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In 2/2017, you find in EUFAJ the following articles, among others:
- Hard Times for Soft Power: Germany’s China Challenge (Angela Stanzel)
- The Turkish Economy Today
- The „Marshall Plan with Africa“: Africa and Europe – A New Partnership for Development and Peace
- Women in Power – The Example of Latin America (Carmen Aguilera Garcia), Statistics on Women in National Parliaments
- Security Threats Caused by Climate Change – Case Study on the Republic of Moldova (Gheorghe Racovita)
- Regional Geopolitical Changes and the Russian-Armenian Relations (Lilit Vardanian)
- The Prospects of the EU–Armenia Partnership within the ENP Review: Is a Eurasian Economic Union – EU balance feasible? (Aram Terzyan)
- Vive la France or what does the victory of Emmanuel Macron mean for Europe and Eastern Partnership Countries? (Grisha Aghajanyan)
- The Consolidation of Inter-Institutional Cooperation and Communication Mechanism on CSDP-related Matters – Study on the Republic of Georgia (George Niculescu, Grazvydas Jasutis, Kakha Gogolashvili)
- Public Administration Reform at the Local and Regional Level in the Eastern Partnership Countries – Developments since 2012 in the Field of Decentralisation (Vyacheslav Tolkovanov, Juraj Nemec et al.)
- Salina Ulcinj: European natural treasure still threatened in Montenegro
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