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GREGORY ASMOLOV. 2016. Subject, crowd and the governance of activity: The role of digital tools in emergency response [with special reference to Russia and Australia]. Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.93%
SONJA AVLIJAŠ. 2015. Explaining variation in female labour force participation across Eastern Europe: The political economy of industrial upgrading and service transition. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 24.32%
ANITA E. BRKANIĆ. 2016. A home away from home: The drivers behind Croatian diaspora mobilisation. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 19.59%
VLADIMIR DOBRENKO. 2016. Conspiracy of peace: The Cold War, the international peace movement and the Soviet Peace Campaign, 1946-1956. Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 12.64%
MĂDĂLINA DOBRESCU. 2015. The EU's potential for domestic change beyond its borders: Examining effective cooperation between EU civilian missions and host countries in the Eastern Neighbourhood. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 14.86%
LISE HERMAN. 2016. The democratic merits of partisanship: A comparative analysis of party member discourse in France and Hungary. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.64%
JULIA HIMMRICH. 2017. Germany's recognition of Kosovo as an independent state in 2008. Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 10.81%
KATYA IVANOVA. 2016. The life of norms: A critical assessment of the construction and diffusion of the race anti-discrimination norm [with special reference to the Czech Republic (1990s - present) and Hungary (1990s - present)]. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 14.19%
PASCAL JAUPART. 2017. Essays on the economics of migration [with special reference to Tajikistan]. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.41%
SERKAN KEÇECI. 2016. The grand strategy of the Russian Empire in the Caucasus against its southern rivals (1821-1833). Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 11.1%
ELEANOR KNOTT. 2015. Kin-states and kin majorities from the bottom-up: Developing a model of nested integration in Crimea and Moldova. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 19.69%
LEONARD KUKIĆ. 2017. Economic growth, regional development and nation formation under socialism: Evidence from Yugoslavia. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.02%
FLÓRA MACHER. 2017. The 1931 financial crisis in Austria and Hungary: A critical reassessment. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.69%
ATHANASIOS MANIS. 2015. Explaining risk-taking and risk-averse behaviours in peacemaking: A prospect theory reading of the [Turkish] AKP leadership's behaviour vis-a-vis Cyprus and Armenia. Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 10.62%
JONATHAN M. MARLEY. 2016. Whose line is it anyway?  Understanding the military role in delivering rights based on policies in post-conflict territories [based on case studies in Kosovo and Bosnia]. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 14.67%
ANNA MATCZAK. 2017. Understandings of punishment and justice in the narrative of lay Polish people. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 4.83%
CORINA MAVRODIN. 2017. A maverick in the making: Romania's de-satellization process and the global Cold War (1953-1963). Ph.D. thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 11.39%
MAGDALENA MIKULAK. 2017. Politics of sexuality in neoliberal(ized) times and spaces: LGBT movements and reparative therapy in contemporary Poland. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.12%
BENJAMIN MUELLER. 2015. At Cold War's end: Complexity, causes and counterfactuals. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.35%
DIANA-ELENA POPESCU. 2018. Dynamic injustice: Interlocking recognition and distribution [with special reference to Roma as a minority]. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.12%

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