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Politeja 2017, nr 51


Jan Kieniewicz
The Jagiellonian Idea and the Project for the Future

Monika Banaś
The Jagiellonian idea as expression of political culture: core constitutive values and their possible contemporary implementations

Clarinda Calma
Cross-Cultural Representations of Tyranny as Depicted in Jesuit School Plays Performed in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Hanna Kowalska-Stus
The Republic of Poland at the Crossroads of Two Cultures

Dorota Pietrzyk-Reeves
The revivals of the Jagiellonian idea: political and normative contexts

Wojciech Łysek
The Federal Idea in Poland in the Interwar Period: Idealism or Pragmatism?

Paweł Kowal
The Last Jagiellonian: John Paul II and the Jagiellonian Idea

Christopher Reeves
The Jagiellonian Idea and Poland's Eastern Policy: Historical Echoes in Today's Approach

Andrea Schmidt
From Intermarium to the Three Sees Initiative – Regional Integrations in Central and Eastern Europe and the Hungarian Foreign Policy

Hubert Królikowski
Echoes of the Jagiellonian Idea in the Present Polish. Military Assistance Programs

Mindaugas Jurkynas
What Do We Talk about when We Talk about Northern. Europe: Regional Identities in Lithuania

Zoltan Gal, Andrea Schmidt
Europe Divided? Can Warsaw become the Regional Leader of the Central and Eastern European Region?

Dorota Pietrzyk-Reeves
Zbigniew Rau, Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski, Marek Tracz-Tryniecki (eds.), Magna Carta : a Central European perspective of our common heritage of freedom