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Conspiracy Theories in Europe: A Compilation

Counterpoint, a research consultancy from London (UK) - organization using social science methods to examine social, political and cultural dynamics - in cooperation with Political Capital Institute from Budapest (Hungary) issued a publication Conspiracy Theories in Europe: A Compilation.

The co-authors of the book are experts from Great Britain, France, Norway, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. These analysts took part in analytical project called Combating Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories as Tools for Extremist Political Mobilization (Research, Awareness Raising and Education) in 2012 and 2013.

Institute for Public Affairs (IVO, Bratislava) realized several project activities - analytical work, public opinion research, publication activities. The author of the chapter on conspiracy theories in Slovakia, the state of affairs, shifts and contexts is IVO president Grigorij Mesežnikov.

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