While the word ‘government’ is generally understood, the term ‘governance’ is often misinterpreted and it generally acquires the wrong qualities while being translated into other languages. In social science literature governance is generally perceived as a process with a set of rules and norms that the participants in the governing entity generally accept. Thus, the process of governance in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (3B) implies the accepted norms and rules that enable the operation of three distinct states within an environment of numerous international auth...
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