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JANUARY SP'S OUT NOW!

Our publications for the month of December are now out! Check out this round of short papers which features three reflective papers on Separatist Movements in Europe.

In the past years, separatist movements have grown around Europe, sparking concern and public attention. These papers examine the reasons behind this growth and offers an analysis on how EU countries are responding to them.

Learn more about this captivating and relevant topic by reading these short papers!

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THE GOALS OF THE FRIESIAN NATIONAL PARTY: A NEW FORM OF SEPARATISM?

By: Noah van der Wal Edgcomb

This paper discusses the separatist Friesian National Party (FNP) in the Netherlands and its novel strategies to achieve autonomy.

THE EU AND GREENLAND: WILL THE SEESAW FIND A BALANCE?

By: Meie van der Steeg

This paper explores the geopolitical position of Greenland, and why the EU should support Greenlandic autonomy to build stronger relations with the island.

A LOST CAUSE: WHY THE NEW RUSSIAN STATE IN UKRAINE WAS NEVER FEASIBLE

By: Ryan Martin Dillmann

This paper breaks down why the Novorossiyan movement to achieve an autonomous Russian state within Ukraine never was feasible.

Short papers JAN: Causes

These papers were edited by Nuur, and the Short Paper management team. We thank our editors for their hard work this month!

Short papers JAN: Text
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