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The Challenge of Populist Memory Politics for Europe: Towards Effective Responses to Militant Legislation on the Past

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Dr. Dovilė Sagatienė was hosted by Lithuanian National Radio to present her paper within the MEMOCRACY project. Record in Lithuanian: https://lnkd.in/dBPxtsXB

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Dr. Maria Mälksoo interviewed for the Baltic Ways Podcast, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 16 February 2022.

Dr. Maria Mälksoo interviewed for the Baltic Ways Podcast, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 16 February 2022.

Dr. Mälksoo speaks about the ever-pressing question of agency in Ukraine and the Baltic states, deterrence on NATO’s eastern flank, and Eastern and Central European scholarship in international security studies.

This episode was recorded on February 16, 2022. 

Read more:

Uses of ‘the East’ in international studies: provincialising IR from Central and Eastern EuropeJournal of International Relations and Development

Captive Minds: The Function and Agency of Eastern Europe in International Security StudiesJournal of International Relations and Development

Listen to the podcast here.

The photo used to illustrate the post was made by Centralniak / Flickr.com and is available to use with a Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0).

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Memocracy

Memocracy

The Challenge of Populist Memory Politics for Europe:
Towards Effective Responses to Militant Legislation on the Past

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Media: podcasts

Dr. Dovilė Sagatienė was hosted by Lithuanian National Radio to present her paper within the MEMOCRACY project. Record in Lithuanian: https://lnkd.in/dBPxtsXB

link

Dr. Maria Mälksoo interviewed for the Baltic Ways Podcast, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 16 February 2022.

Dr. Maria Mälksoo interviewed for the Baltic Ways Podcast, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 16 February 2022.

Dr. Mälksoo speaks about the ever-pressing question of agency in Ukraine and the Baltic states, deterrence on NATO’s eastern flank, and Eastern and Central European scholarship in international security studies.

This episode was recorded on February 16, 2022. 

Read more:

Uses of ‘the East’ in international studies: provincialising IR from Central and Eastern EuropeJournal of International Relations and Development

Captive Minds: The Function and Agency of Eastern Europe in International Security StudiesJournal of International Relations and Development

Listen to the podcast here.

The photo used to illustrate the post was made by Centralniak / Flickr.com and is available to use with a Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0).

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