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What do presidential elections in the Czech Republic and Montegro tell us about democratic political processes in Europe?


The overall aim of our new study is to demonstrate the similarities of democratic political processes in the environments of differing levels of political culture, media literacy, societal coherence, and geostrategic importance.

Many factors shaping presidential campaigns were shared between the Czech Republic and Montenegro, even if there were also some major differences. Nevertheless, the paper utilized both systemic (macro) and actor-based (micro) perspectives that enabled the authors to draw several conclusions. Read more in the latest Espresso.

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