29 January 1996VREME: What are the basic standards today by which we can recognize a contemporary state? If we turn to the field of state and economy relations for the answer, then it is obvious that the contemporary state didn’t stop at regulating classic relations, it has transformed so that it has expanded it’s classic […]

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