POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
Volume 18. Number 67. Spring 2017.
PROFILES AND LACK OF LAW
Richard R. Weiner Csaba Varga
Géza Jeszenszky Artúr Lakatos Tamás Fricz
Juan de Dios Torralbo Caballero Irén Simándi
REPORTS AND CONFERENCES
6th European Remembrance Symposium
1th Winter School in Skopje about Democracy
International Visegrad Fund
Quarterly of Central European Political Science Alliance
C O N T E N T S
M a i n A r t i c l e s
PROFILES AND LACK OF LAW
Giovanni Sartori: Where is Political Science Going in the 21th Century?
Richard R. Weiner: Genealogy of a Critical Sociology of Law: Weimar to Teubner
Csaba Varga: Global Future, Systemic Challenges – Changes in the Profiles of Law?
Géza Jeszenszky: The V-4 Cooperation and the National Minorities
Artúr Lakatos: The Consequences of 1956 in Transylvania. A synthesis essay
György Juhász: Tito’s Yugoslavia and the Hungarian ’56
Juan de Dios Torralbo Caballero: Hester Pulter’s Political DNA in her literature
Irén Simándi: The New Start of the Hungarian National Radio after the War in 1945
R e p o r t s a n d C o n f e r e n c e s
6th European Remembrance Symposium – June 2017, Bruxels
1th Winter School in Skopje about Democracy – Skopje – Macedonia
List of Approved Projects of International Visegrad Fund – March 2016
B o o k R e v i e w s
Books of Ferenc Bódi by Nuno Morgado
A b s t r a c t s
A b o u t the c o n t r i b u t o r s
CEPOLITI REVIEW – CEPSR
Spring 2017, Vol. 17. No. 67.
Editor: János Simon
Managing assistant: dr. Borbála Kossuth
International Assistant: Marengo Alessandro
International Advisory Committee:
We dedicate this volume to the memory of
Professor Giovanni Sartori
The editorial staff of the Central European Political Science Review received notice just before the editorial day’s end that Giovanni Sartori died at the age of 92, who was already considered for a long time the classic expert of contemporary political science. He was our regular reader as well as our author.
Our Editor-in-chief invited him to the “Ten Years of Freedom in Central Europe” international conference in fall of 2000 and he accepted the invitation as well as gave the opening lecture for the conference. Two years ago we invited him again to the “25 Years of Freedom in Central Europe” conference, but due to his health conditions unfortunately he was unable to participate.
We will initiate the CEPSR Vol. 18. No. 67 with the lecture that political scientist Professor Sartori presented to us 18 years ago. We regard his lecture as a message for the contemporary social scientists, especially for the young researchers.