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101. Between Nation-Building and Contestation for Power: The Place of Party Politics in Nigeria, 1923-2019

102. Campaigns and Electioneering: Reflecting on the 2015 General Elections in Nigeria

103. Worsening Women Trafficking, Multidimensional Poverty and Gender Inequality: The Vulnerabilities, Playouts and Governmental Responses in West Africa

104. Indian and Australian Maritime Security Doctrines in the Indian Ocean Region in the 21st Century. Christian Bueger’s Matrix of Maritime Security Approach

105. Institutional Responsibility for Mass Atrocity Crimes with Thomas Pogge

106. The Battle of Brexit. Analysis of the 2019 United Kingdom General Election Results

107. The Issue of Ideological Changes in the Context of the Polish Political Parties - Theoretical Models and Their Exemplifications

108. Autarchy of Political Science and the Methodological Functions of Object Knowledge. Epistemological Analysis

109. Restrictions of Freedom of Press as an Indicator of Neo-Militant Democracy in Lithuania

110. Citizenship, the Vector of Present? Considerations de lege lata Based on the Polish Domestic Law

111. Leaders, Managers or Administrators – Mayors in Central and Eastern European Countries

112. The Convergence of Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in France: Analysis of Systemic Tendencies from the Perspective of Sixty Years of the Fifth Republic

113. The Securitisation of Kurdish Self-Determination as A Challenge for the Sectarian Balance of Power in the Middle East

114. Information Warfare Between Russia and Ukraine: A Cause of War for the West?

115. The Citizenship Policies of the Baltic States within the EU Framework on Minority Rights

116. New Forms of Public Administration Activity in Poland after 1989 as an Attempt of Realization Current Social Demands

117. Subverting the Idea(l) of Equal Opportunity in Global Trade: The Paradoxes of Differentiation for Peripheral States

118. Hybrid Warfare and Deniability as Understood by the Military

119. Hidden Memory and Memorials The Monument in Memory of the Korean Victims of the Atomic Bomb and the Remembrance of Korean Victims

120. A Few Problems with Mouffe’s Agonistic Political Theory

121. A Vision of the State’s Political System in the Political Thought of the National Party between 1928 and 1939

122. Alternative diplomacy and the political role of clerical elites: The Roman Catholic Church as an Ideological Counterforce in Interwar Banat

123. Demographic Factors Affecting the Level of Financial Literacy in Rural Areas: The Case of Vietnam

124. Power Analysis and Geopolitical Codes of South China Sea States in the Context of Contemporary Geopolitics

125. The Image of the North Korean in Contemporary South Korean Cinema

126. Cooperation between European Cities and Amazonian Indigenous Peoples in the Fight Against Climate Change

127. The Role of the Ethical Underpinnings of International Humanitarian Law in the Age of Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems

128. The International Monetary Fund’s Role in Overcoming Economic Crisis in PIIGS

129. Poland’s Energy Security Strategy

130. Turkey’s View of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Visit to Poland in 2017. Prospects and Conclusions

131. Local Self-Government as a Problem of Political Theory

132. The State and Local Self-Government. Territorial Organization of the State

133. Local Self-Governments as New Actors in the International Stage. The Scope of the Issue

134. Social Policy within the Framework of Public Self-Governance - Selected Topics

135. Wrocław Civic Budget. Social Innovation Adapted in Polish Local Government

136. Wrocław Civic Budget. Social Innovation Adapted in Polish Local Government

137. Third Place is a Charm. Women in the 2010, 2014 and 2018 Regional Assembly Elections in Poland

138. Nonpartisan Electoral Committees in Local Government Elections in Poland in 2018

139. The Results of 2019 Parliamentary Elections in the Perspective of 2018 Local Government Elections

140. Participatory Budgeting in Poland AD 2019: Expectations, Changes and Reality

141. The “Golden Rule” as a New Financial Management Tool for Local Governments

142. Committing a Crime as a Reason to Limit the Ability to Perform Functions in Local Government Administration

143. Provoking Debate on Central European Security

144. "Right to Truth" and Memory Laws: General Rules and Practical Implications

145. Set the Torturers Free: Transitional Justice and Peace vs Justice Dilemma in Burma/Myanmar

146. The Role of Trauma in Romania’s Ontological Security

147. Transitional Justice in Relationship to Public Sphere and Civil Society: Theoretical Approaches

148. Assessing State Support for the Development of International Economic Cooperation: a Case of Polish Trade Support Institutions’ Export Recommendations for Turkey

149. Polish FDI in Central Asian Countries

150. Petrol and Natural Gas Market of the Visegrád Group Countries 1993–2016: Current State and Prospects

151. Some New Suggestions for Solving the Israeli–Palestinians Disputes

152. Hebrew and Polish: Mutual Influences and Their Contribution in Creating a Polish Criminals’ Jargon

153. Choice of Language and the Quest for Israeli Identity in the Works of Tuvia Ruebner and Aharon Appelfeld

154. The Hero’s Wife: The Depiction of Female Holocaust Survivors in Israeli Cinema Prior to the Eichmann Trial and in its Aftermath

155. Israeli Identity on the Run: the Quest for a Non- National Position in Contemporary Israeli Literature

156. Deconstructing the Topos of Poland as a Jewish Necropolis in Texts by Israeli Authors of the Third Post- Holocaust Generation

157. Matrilineality as a Historical and Cultural Context of Ethical Reflection on the Use of In Vitro Fertilization in Israel

158. The Response of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee to the Crisis of Soviet Jewish Émigré Dropouts (Noshrim) in the 1970s

159. Creating a National Identity through Agricultural Education in Mandatory Palestine

160. Israeli-Ukrainian Relations after ‘the Euromaidan Revolution’ – the Holocaust and the New Ukrainian Identity in the Context of the European Aspirations of Ukraine

161. Beyond “Recognition”. The Polish Perspectives on Israeli and Palestinian National Identities: Preliminary Assumptions of Research

162. Dual Citizenship in Poland and in Israel: Selected Legal Aspects in a Comparative Perspective

163. The Diversity of Citizenship of Palestinians and its Impact on their Mobility: Passport and Visa Issues

164. Israeli Innovation Policy: an Important Instrument of Perusing Political Interest at the Global Stage

165. Understanding the Dispute over the Treatment of Products Exported to the European Union from the Occupied Territories in the Context of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

166. The Domestic Dimension of Israeli Public Diplomacy

167. Israel’s Neoliberal Turn and its National Security Paradigm

168. From Religion to Pragmatism: Habayit Hayehudi’s Attitude toward Judea and Samaria

169. Benjamin Netanyahu’s Long Premiership and the Rise of the New Political Center: Is there a Qualitative Change in the Israeli Party System?

170. Keeping Parties Together? The Evolution of Israel’s Anti-Defection Law

171. What is Left from the Identity of the State of Israel Proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence?

172. Reflections on the Proposal to Introduce a Term Limit for Elected Officials

173. The Born Frees as Assertive Citizens? Student Protests and Democratic Prospects in South Africa

174. The Ukrainian Crisis as a Case Study of Different Policymaking Styles of Russia and China

175. The Formation of Local Self-government During the System Transformation Period in Poland and the Former GDR

176. Conspiracy Theories Are Not Only for Election Losers. Anti-system Parties and Conspiratorial Distrust in Poland

177. Members of Polish Political Parties in the Process of Inter-Electoral Campaigning

178. Electoral Rights and Intellectual Disability: Considerations de lege lata

179. Cybertools of Political Competition and the 2016 American Presidential Campaign

180. Electoral System of the Republic of Belarus after 25 Years of Independence

181. Beyond Vote Rigging: Common Patterns in Electoral Malpractices in De-Democratizing Regimes

182. Western Denial and Russian Control How Russia’s National Security Strategy Threatens a WesternBased Approach to Global Security, the Rule of Law and Globalization

183. Central and Eastern European Countries under Cyberthreats

184. The Perceptron of Security in the Programs of Czech Political Parties

185. The Relocation of the Iron Curtain to the Middle East: the Polish and Slovak Position Towards the EU Migration and Asylum Policy

186. Threats to Armenia’s Security in the National Strategy and Practice with Special Emphasis on External Security

187. Between Russia and the West: Belarus as a Challenge for European Stability and Security

188. Transitional Justice Models and Analytic Philosophy: Towards Theory