Number 39

Spring 2010.
The memory of the past in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

THE MEMORY OF THE PAST IN CENTRAL EUROPE


Anton Bebler: Consensus Building and Conflict Resolution in Slovenia – The First Ten Years of Slovenian Democracy (1990 – 2000)
Vladimir Bukovsky: Achtung: Socialism!
Charles Fenyvesi: Political Messages from the History to Central Europe
Nicolaj Churilov: Ukraine between East and West – Public Opinion about the Democracy – 1990-2000
Csaba Varga: Communism and Postcommunist Memory in Hungary – Political Deportation of Families to Forced Work Camps at Hortobágy
Vladimir Rukavishnikov: War and peace in the 21st century: geopolitical fantasies, conflict -resolution and national interest
Barnabás Kiss: On the Constitutions of the EU Member States – Equality of Rights, Prohibition of Discrimination, and the Restriction of Fundamental Rights
Ateş Uslu: Nineteenth-Century Opera as a Matter of Comparative History
Budapest Analyses: Ukraine: The Potential Geopolitical Repercussions of Presidential Elections

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Twenty Years in Freedom – Transition and Consolidation of Democracy in CE –
Call for paper: Great International Conference: 26-27 of Nov. 2010, Budapest
From Crisis to Recovery? – CEPSA Conference:  14-15 Oct. 2010, Bratislava, Slovakia
Gipsy life – III. Documentary Short Film Festival: – Call – 20, Nov. 2010, Budapest

B o o k   R e v i e w s
by András Türke