THE POPULIST RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE POSITIONS OF DUDA AND FERNÁNDEZ
Drawing on the theory of political myths and qualitative source analysis, this article compares political mythologies created by the presidents of Poland and Argentina. The main argument is that they struck populist notes by using conspiracy, saviour, unity, . . .
UNDERSTANDING DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY AND ITS CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM
With all its flaws, a deliberative democracy presents a very important democratic concept – a concept that needs to be improved, but also a concept that needs to be understood. This article aims to present basic concepts of both deliberative democracy and . . .
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETENCES IN THE AREA OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES – EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE COVID-19 CRISIS
In the European Union, healthcare and public health are mostly within the competence of Member States. Still, in a number of sub-domains, coordination between Member States led to the adoption of legislation that formed the healthcare acquis, together with . . .
FALLINGBEHIND: THE EUROPEAN UNION TRADE STRATEGIES FROM 1999 TO 2021
As one of the most important global trade actors, in the period that lasted from 1999 to 2021the European Union promoted five different trade strategies. Some of them, such as the strategy of “managed globalisation” (of 1999) and “Global Europe” (of . . .
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT OF PWD: A CASE STUDY OF BOKA KOTORSKA (MONTENEGRO)
This paper presents an overview of a research study on the position of persons with disabilities (PWD) in the labour market of the Boka Kotorska region, in the municipalities of Tivat, Kotor and Herceg Novi. This original research study is based on an analysis . . .
ALTERNATIVE CARE FOR CHILDREN IN SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM – POLICY AND LEGAL CHALLENGES
The paper deals with the theoretical and legal practical foundation of the concept of alternative care for children in the social welfare system. Applying the human rights principle and child best interest doctrine along with the contemporary holistic and . . .
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY COUNTER-TERRORISM
In this paper the author analyses the contemporary counter-terrorism especially in the context of relevant international and national regulatives. The author first considers counter-terrorism measures in investigation of crimes of terrorism. In the name . . .
SECURITISATION WITHOUT SPEECH ACTS: SECURITISATION OF MIGRATION AND FAILURE OF TURKEY-KURDISH PEACE NEGOTIATIONS
After decades of marking the Kurds as an existential threat to Turkey's territorial integrity and ontological security, a new peacetime period is coming, accompanied by peace initiatives and the conflict's de-escalation. Taking into account the fact that the . . .
COMPUTER-BASED PERSONALITY JUDGMENTS FROM DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS IN POLITICS
Accurately forming personality judgments is of vital importance in a wide range of social interactions. Although people are able to make fairly accurate personality judgments of others, recent technological advances in machine learning made computers better . . .
NATURAL GAS AS A SUBJECT OF GEOPOLITICAL INTERESTS OF STATES
In the last decade, the subject of sale, purchase or transit of natural gas between the countries in Europe has gained, in addition to the economic dimension, a much broader, and for some countries even more significant, geopolitical dimension. This is most . . .
STATE COERCION AND CITIZENS’ RIGHTS
The paper aims to explore which situations the state can exercise political power over its citizens. The art is to find the fine line between citizens' rights and state coercion. The best way to present an answer to this issue is by examining the principles . . .
A GENEALOGY OF TERRORISM-COLONIAL LAW AND THE ORIGINS OF AN IDEA
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