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The evolution of US political priorities in the Baltic sea region in the 2010s
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The concepts of citizenship and estate in Russian history — continuity and / or intermittence
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The Emergence in the First Quarter of the XIX-th Century of the Russian Conservative Nationalism
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Euroregions as a factor of successful international integration in modern conditions
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Between nation and gender: History of beards in Western Europe and Russia, 1830—1880
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