Number 36-37

Summer-Fall 2009.
Political culture in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

POLITICAL CULTURE IN CENTRAL EUROPE


Vladimir Rukavishnyikov: Putin’s Politics and the Russian Political Culture
Krzysztof Zagorski: Political Affiliation, Civic Society and Support for Democracy
Viola Varga Diósi: Luck of Social Trust – Some Notes about the Political Culture of Serbia-Vojvodina
Andrei Pantu: The Extreme Right Discourse in Romania (2004-2008).
Arvydas Guogis and Audrius Bitinas: The Lithuanian Social Policy Model – On the Direction of Development and Guarantees of the Model
Csaba Varga: May One Come to Terms with the Past under the Rule of Law? – A Case Study of Principles and Constitutional Assessments in Hungary
József N. Szabó: Switzerland and the Hungarian Culture-diplomacy /1945-1948/
Márton Sulyok: The Cap on the Gap: Reflexive Governance vs. Democratic Deficit – Creating Theoretical Foundations for a Possible Common Fundamental Rights Policy in EU
Krisztina Kopasz: The New Hungary Development Plan and the Structural Policy between 2007 and 2013
Budapest Analyses:
Ukraine: The potential geopolitical repercussions of presidential elections
by Budapest Analysis No. 238
Slovakia: State Language Law:
Slovakia and Hungary: Hungarian Head of State becomes persona non grata in Slovakia
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Constitutional Reform

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
European Elections 2009 – Hungarian Parliament, Budapest (22-23 May 2009)
OSI Regional Alumni Conference – Cluj-Napoca, Romania (5-8 Nov. 2009)
Involving the Citizen in Building the New Europe – Washington, DC (9 Nov. 2009)
Ten New EU Member States – Prague – (17 Dec. 2009)

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Principles of European Regionalism (ed: Jovan Komsic) by Marianna Dobó