Principles for a free Society is commissioned by the Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation and written as a study guide by Nigel Ashford, an expert in political science.The study guide Principles for a free society examines twelve central ideas, demonstrates why they are necessary for a free society and applies them to political controversies. Readers are given the intellectual tools to contribute to debate about the future of their country and the world.

Principles for a free society is translated into Arabic.

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An anthology about and beyond the political scene in the Balkan

In this anthology eight different stories are told about the past and present – but most of all about hopes for the future. The authors are: Mart Laar, Minister of Defence, Estonia, Antonio Milošoski, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Macedonia, Dragan Velikic, Serbian writer and former Ambassador, Slavenka Drakulic, Croat writer, Gerald Knaus, founder of the European Stability Initiative, Terezija Prskalo, advisor to the Foreign Minister of Croatia, Christian Wehrschütz, Austrian Balkan and, Mladen Ivanic, Chairman of the PDP of Republica Srpska, Bosnia

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A collection of 15 diaries from a Belarusian Prison, written by political dissidents. Foreword by Vytautas Landsbergis.

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