13862>by Dragan Antulov One of the more interesting political trends in contemporary Europe is regionalism. Virtually unknown – or at least forgotten – until the last quarter of the twentieth century, regionalism has recently gained popularity in many European countries. Political movements that embrace the idea have become a force to be reckoned with and, […]

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