Number 70

CENTRAL EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
Volume 18. Number 70. Winter 2017.

THE STATE AND THE MIGRATION IN CE

 

 


MAIN ARTICLES

In Memory of Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski
Péter Farkas Zárug
Máté Szabó Pál Koudela
András Braun Zoltán Lomnici Csaba Cservák
Mirjam Szakács Ferenc Bódi

REPORTS AND CONFERENCES

Approved Visegrad Grants
Approved Small Grants
I.Central European Civil Conference in Kecskemét

BOOK REVIEW
József Szájer


C O N T E N T S
 M a i n A r t i c l e s

THE STATE AND MIGRATION IN CE

In Memory of Prof. Zbigniew Brzezinski (1928-2017)
Péter Farkas Zárug: In Memory of Zbigniew Brzezinski – A Beacon for all Democrats: Some subjective notes about the Professor
Máté Szabó: Comparative Transition to Democracy – Taiwan and Hungary
Pál Koudela: Midle Europe – The Concept of Central Europe. The Multidimensional Geopolitical Concept Challenged
András Braun: The Absorption Capacity of the European Union: The Obstacles of the EU enlargement in the Western Balkans
Mirjam Szakács: Geopolitical Aspects of the French Security Policy during the Presidency of Francois Hollande
Csaba Cservák: Responsible Government in Europe and in Hungary
Zoltán Lomnici: Some Note about Migration and Labour Market: The Challenges for Europe
Ferenc Bódi: History of the Migrations in Hungary during the Modern Age

R e p o r t s  a n d  C o n f e r e n c e s

Approved Visegrad Grants – June17 – Bratislava, Slovakia
Approved Small Grants – Aug. 2017 – Bratislava, Slovakia

I.Central European Civil Conference Oct. 12-14. Kecskemét, Hungary

B o o k R e v i e w s

Mark Lilla: The Once and Future Liberal. After Identity Politics – by József Szájer

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

CEPSR Winter 2017, Vol. 18. No. 70. Quarterly of CEPSA

Editor: János Simon
Managing Assistant dr. Borbála Kossuth
International assistant Alessandro Marengo


INTRODUCTION

We dedicate this volume to the memory of Prof. Zbigniew Brzezinski

 The editorial staff of the Central European Political Science Review received the notice that Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski died at the age of 89, who was already considered for a long time the classic expert of contemporary political science. He was our regular reader. 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. Twelve years ago we invited him again to the “20 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. 70 (The State and Migration in Central Europe) with a small commemorative chapter. We offer this issue to the memory of Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski. 

János Simon
Editor-in-chief