Publications

Religion as Political Identity

PolSci, vol 6, no 2 – 2006 The last years have seen an impressive rise of the role of religion in many countries. Free elections seem increasingly to be used by religious political groups to advance their political agenda, which
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Europe as a Democracy Promoter

PolSci, vol 5, no 2 – 2005 When does Europe work best? When Europe is just an incentive, as in Ukraine or Turkey, or when Europe already has EU conditionality mechanisms working, as in Croatia or Romania? The answer, after
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Assistance for Democratization

PolSci, vol 2, no 2 – 2002 When it comes to the Balkans, democratization is seldom a topic. In a region plagued by by ethnic conflicts and state-building problems, often in some combination with one another, the usual paradigm of
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Call for Papers

Instructions for authors The Romanian Journal of Political Science encourages contributions from the community members of Romanian or foreign social scientists regardless of age, academic background or topic. We are mainly interested in theory-grounded papers based on solid empirical work.
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From Democratization to normal Politics

PolSci, vol 5, no 1 – 2005 As European enlargement stopped at the border of transformations which have succeeded prior to European involvement, both the experience of successful transition countries and their commitment to continue enlargement further to the Western
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Comparing transformations. The institutional Reform

PolSci, vol 4, no 1 – 2004 The year 2004 unfolds in Romania under the sign of war. Three rounds of elections, local, legislative and presidential, oppose the postcommunists (Social Democratic Party, PSD) to the anticommunists. Despite the common roots
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Weak states and Post-Communist Societies

PolSci, vol 3, no 2 – 2003 Unsuccessful transformations in post-communist Europe have come increasingly to be blamed on the incapacity of states to enforce the basic rules of the new political and economic orders. The term ‘weak state’ is
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Reinventing Social Sciences

PolSci , vol 3, no 1 – 2003 The Romanian Journal for Political Sciences (PolSci) is pleased to announce the publication of its spring 2003 issue “Reinventing Social Sciences”. Edited by Alina Mungiu Pippidi, this issue hosts a debate on
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Romanian Journal of Political Science (PolSci)

The Romanian Journal of Political Science (PolSci) is the first Romanian peer-reviewed journal of political science edited and published twice a year by the Romanian Academic Society (SAR) on behalf of the Romanian community of political scientists. The journal publishes a diverse
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Policy Warning Reports (PWR) 2003-2005

Policy Warning Reports project, aims at providing the Romanian government with objective advice from independent sources. The goal of the program is to monitor the socio-political and economic developments in order to identify the situations with crisis potential, initiate a
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