One of the most important Central Europe's political science events returns to Vilnius

Lithuanian Political Science Association in cooperation with Central European Political Science Association (CEPSA) is organising the 20th CEPSA conference on 25-26 September at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University (VU TSPMI), the International Political Science Association reports.
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