PolSci, vol 7, no 2 – 2007: “Populism”

PolSci, vol 7, no 2 – 2007

Aparitia unei noi aripi politice de dreapta in Parlamentul European ridica intrebari legitime legate de natura populismului radical european.

Ce au in comun, daca au, alegatorii lui Le Pen cu cei ai lui Vadim Tudor? Este populismul din “vechea Europa” de acelasi fel precum cel din “noua Europa”, cel putin pentru a putea genera o platforma europeana comuna? Si cat de departe poate merge acest fenomen? La cateva din aceste intrebari incearca sa raspunda editia de fata a Revistei Romane de Stiinte Politice.

Cuprins si articole (toate materialele sunt in limba engleza)

Editorial Board

Foreword: The Rise Of European Populism

POLSCI FOCUS

A Balance Sheet of the Vices and Virtues of ‘Populisms’, by Philippe C. Schmitter

Party-Based Euro-Skepticism in Germany, by Florian Hartleb

The Heavy Burden of History: the Political Uses of the Past in the Yugoslav Successor States, by Nenad Zakošek

Right-Wing Extremism in France – Departmental Differences in the Vote for the National Front, by Daniel Stockemer and Bernadette LaMontagne

Spread of Value Orientations Among Political and Economic Elites in Serbia, by Mladen Lazic

POLSCI PAPERS

Disputed Identity as Unescapable Pluralism. Moldova’s Ambiguous Transition, by Alina Mungiu-Pippidi

Romanian Foreign Policy in the Context of Transatlantic Divergences, by Mircea Micu

CALL FOR PAPERS; INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

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