Number 45

Fall 2011.
Rethinking the art of politics

CONTENTS
Main Articles

THE ART OF POLITICS


Stuart Holland: Why Did They Get Ricardo So Wrong? Globalisation and the Myth of Comparative Advantage
Bedrudin Brljavac: The EU Integration Theories: State-Centric versus Multi-Level Model from the Perspective of Usefulness
Vlagyimir Rukavishnyikov: Russia’ Policy after Putin’s Return to Kremlin in 2012
György Schöpflin: The Black Swans and the Truthiness – The Residuals and the Challenges for the Future New Democracies
Janka Teodóra Nagy: The Legal Ethnography in Reflection of the Hungarian Research
József N. Szabó: The Role of the Collegium Hungaricum in the Hungarian Cultural Diplomacy /1945-1948/

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
List of Approved Small and Standard Grants of IVF – September 2011
EU Integration Process – New Regional Settings – Warsaw 19-20 Oct. 2011
SACR Conference 2011 – Bucharest, 22-25 September 2011
Minority Rights – ECPR Joint Sessions in Antwerp: 10-15 April 2012
Lazarsfeld in the Field of Social Research: Prag 25-27 September 2011

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Michael Wintle: (2009) The Image of Europe: Visualizing Europe in Cartography and Iconography throughout the Ages – by Jody Jensen