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Vytautas Jankauskas
Research Fellow at () and . International Organizations, Evaluation Politics & Trust Research
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Steffen Eckhard Sep 24
Our paper is part of a new special issue edited by and Yves Steinebach alongside great papers by and others not on Twitter
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Vytautas Jankauskas Sep 25
New findings from our project on the politics of evaluation in international organizations 👇
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Franak Viačorka Sep 23
Replying to @franakviacorka
Amazing! The taxi driver in Minsk saved the guy from criminals in the uniform.
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Carl Bildt Aug 25
“There’s a peaceful revolution happening. It’s not geopolitical in nature. It’s neither pro-Russian, nor anti-Russian. Nor is it anti-European or pro-European. This is a democratic revolution. It’s the people’s struggle to choose their leaders freely”.
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Joe Biden Aug 23
31 years after they joined hands to demand freedom from Soviet oppression, citizens of the Baltic states formed a human chain in solidarity with Belarusians fighting to throw off the chains of dictatorship. We stand with the people of Belarus as we stood with the Baltic nations.
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Vytautas Jankauskas May 27
great work, congrats!
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IW Brussels Apr 29
World Trade in 2020: The show must go on!🚢🌐 , wars 🇺🇸🇨🇳 & deadlock DSM: Rules-based trade is under attack and the EU must take the lead as an honest broker, argues our Brussels analyst Aljoscha Nau👇
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Ronny Patz Apr 14
The US government halts financing the : Let me explain what this means since I have studied the US defunding of and of . /1
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Marina Amaral Feb 18
On this day in 1943, Sophie Scholl and her brother Hans were arrested by the Gestapo. They were convicted of high treason after having been found distributing anti-war leaflets at the University of Munich. As a result, they were executed by guillotine.
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Balázs Penz Jan 15
The population of – the fastest-shrinking EU member-state – edged higher for the first time in 28 years in 2019 via
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Vytautas Jankauskas Jan 11
Many thanks for the great opportunity to present joint research with on international organizations' responses to member states contestation to such a distinguished round of scholars
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Vytautas Jankauskas Dec 4
As bids farewell, and I write on how the has strengthened itself through the 2015 Reform and seemingly neutral activities.
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Maria Debre Nov 26
Everything (!!) on palgrave is 9,99 until dec 3. stocking up my library. for once a black friday deal I can get behind 😇
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LMU_GlobalGovernance Nov 12
The article "Multilevel blame games: Blame‐shifting in the European Union" by and Bernhard Zangl was published by and is publicly available: .
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Vytautas Jankauskas Sep 30
Check out this piece by our students and Charlotte Mueller, who published their op-ed in as an outcome of our seminar on conflict management in Ukraine. cc
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Vytautas Jankauskas 27 Sep 19
Member states often complain about the bureaucratic inefficiencies. Yet, they are also the ones who help them emerge. A piece by and myself in :
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Vytautas Jankauskas 5 Sep 19
Many thanks () and M. Parízek for putting together a great section on IO bureaucracies at and for discussing our paper (w/ ) on evaluation politics in IOs
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Steffen Eckhard 4 Sep 19
Today 11am kicks off our section on incl a paper by and myself. Join us in Building D room 2.04
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Vaidotas Beniušis 22 Aug 19
urges Amazon to drop Soviet-themed goods, saying the hammer and sickle symbol offends victims of totalitarian communism. My piece for
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AFP news agency 17 Jul 19
Replying to @AFP
Temperatures hit a record 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit (21°C) on Sunday in , Canada the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on the planet less than 600 miles from the North Pole, the Canadian meteorology service says
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