Number 3

Spring 2001.
Political Transition and Transformation in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

POLITICAL TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Geoffrey Pridham: External Causes of Democratisation in Post-Communist Europe.
Problems of Theory and Application
Attila Ágh: Ten Years of Political and Social Reforms in Central Europe
Krzysztof Zagórski: Support for Government, Evaluation of Current Situation and Legitimacy of Democratic Transformation in Poland (1989-2000)
Nick Sitter: Beyond Class vs. Nation? Cleavage Structures and Party Competition in Central Europe
Janez Štebe: Support for the European Union from a Comparative Perspective: Stability and Change in the Period of Transition
Ivan Šiber and Mirjana Kasapoviæ: Electoral Policy and the Determinants of Electoral Behaviour in Croatia (1990-2000)
Ervin Csizmadia: Parties and Political Networks in Hungary
István Hülvely: Party Movements in the Hungarian Democracy
Ioana Albu and Cristina Matiuta: Romania’s Democratic Experience – Between Project and Reality

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
The „XXI Century Institute” in Hungary by Tamás Fricz
East Central Europe: from Where to Where? by Máté Szabó
The 11th Annual Conference of the Central European Political Science Association (CEPSA) by Peter Biegelbauer

B o o k   R e v i e w s
The European Value System (ed. Jadwiga Koralewicz) by Kálmán Dady
Democracy in the New Europe. The Politics of Postcommunism (eds. Julie Smith and Elizabeth Teague) by Zsuzsanna Mihályffy