CfP: “The Armed Conflict on the Dniester: Political and Social Implications for the Republic of Moldova”
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CfP: “The Armed Conflict on the Dniester: Political and Social Implications for the Republic of Moldova”

The war on the Dniester, which experienced a phase of military operations between March and August 1992, tragically marked the birth of the state of the Republic of Moldova. Three decades later, resolving the conflict still seems far from a political solution. Reconstructing the facts and de-ideologizing the interpretation of the causes, essence, and consequences of the war remains a difficult task for historians and political...

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CfP: Greece Reborn: Aspects of Modern Greece, 1821-2021
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CfP: Greece Reborn: Aspects of Modern Greece, 1821-2021

In 2021 Greece celebrated 200 years since the outbreak of the Greek Revolution in 1821 that led to the creation of the modern Greek state. The Greek Revolution was a pivotal historical event, the first successful uprising against the Ottoman Empire, with considerable repercussions in Europe and the Mediterranean. Greece was founded as an independent state in 1830 after an arduous military struggle that entailed various political and...

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CfP: Borders and Transfers
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CfP: Borders and Transfers

15-17 June 2022 Society for Romanian Studies Hosted by Universitatea de Vest and Muzeul de Artă, Timişoara The Banat is “a reality, and at the same time a myth, situated at the place where borders meet.” – Adriana Babeţi (2007) The Society for Romanian Studies invites you to Timişoara in June 2022, where the soup is sweet and it is bad luck to serve chicken on New Year’s Day. Timişoara, and the Banat more generally, has been shaped by...

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CfP: Ιnternational Conference “The Global 1922: New Critical Reflections”
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CfP: Ιnternational Conference “The Global 1922: New Critical Reflections”

The Global 1922: New Critical Reflections Location: King’s College London Organizers: Centre for Hellenic Studies and Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War, King’s College London / Centre for War Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland / Research Centre for Modern History, Panteion University, Greece Date: Thursday, 31 March 2022 The year 2022 marks the centenary of the end of Greek-Turkish war of 1919-1922. This war...

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CfP: “Towards a New Typology of Paramilitarism: Balkan and Global Perspectives in Retrospect”
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CfP: “Towards a New Typology of Paramilitarism: Balkan and Global Perspectives in Retrospect”

The study of paramilitarism has advanced rapidly since Robert Gerwarth’s collaborative research project, to the extent that this branch of studies might almost be considered an independent scholarly discipline. The nation state, regional and comparative analyses, as well as particular case studies conducted so far provide a solid ground for the further conceptual considerations and strengthening of the analytical and interpretative...

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CfP: “Old and New Insights on the History of Intelligence and Diplomacy in the Balkans”
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CfP: “Old and New Insights on the History of Intelligence and Diplomacy in the Balkans”

The Balkans always were and continue to be the struggle area of the Great Powers on the diplomatic and intelligence field/level. Thus, they have played a prominent role in European intelligence and diplomatic activities over the past centuries, numerous intelligence organizations being present in them, openly or covertly. At the same time, practitioners and historians agree that intelligence cooperation there – often referred to as...

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