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E-Library Gets New User-Friendly Look

New features and a new design make the DOC E-Library very easy to use. Research papers are more easily found, top-rated pieces are highlighted and E-Library visitors are invited to read the most interesting papers chosen by other users. Additionally, individual author profiles introduce the DOC experts to the E-Library community. Some publications are viewed for free, whereas for others a purchase price is indicated.
DOC membership has a clear advantage here, making other publications freely available.
The E-Library collects, houses, and disseminates the past, present, and future publications of the DOC​, as well as past publications of the World Public Forum in an open access archive.
The E-Library has a new link: https://doc-research.org/en/e-library/

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How many immigrants should a country accept? This was one of the first questions posed to the speakers at the migration conference held at the DOC Research Institute Berlin Office on 14 December. The Migration in Europe and Eurasia conference addressed issues relating to migration in Europe, and more broadly, Eurasia. The conference was led […]

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A delegation from the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute, led by chairman and co-founder Vladimir Yakunin, together with a delegation from the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation led by Vice Executive Chairman Hang Yuanxiang, travelled to Saint Petersburg to develop cultural ties between Russia and China. New tools for the study of cultural heritage On December 4, […]

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