Number 9

Fall 2002.
The future of Europe – Central European Perspectives

CONTENTS
Main Articles

THE FUTURE OF EUROPE – CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES


Giovanni Sartori: Where is Political Science Going?
Philippe C. Schmitter: The Quality of Neo-Democracy in Central Europe
János Simon: The Change of Function of Political Parties at the Turn of Millennium
Paul G. Lewis: Inventing a New Europe: the Place of the East in the Context of EU Enlargement
Tamás Fricz: What Will Happen to the Left and Right after the 11th of September?
Uros Pinteric: European Union – relations between Member States and Applicant Countries
Vladimir Rukavishnikov: The Russian Perception of the American „War on Terror„
Jacqueline Hayden: The Collapse of Communism in Poland: Strategic Bungling or Farsighted Compromise? (An examination of the conflicting hypotheses of Adam Przeworski and Josep Colomer)
Karel Müller: Czech Civil Society: Preconditions, Problems and Perspectives
Ferenc Miszkivetz and Jody Jensen: Transition Studies and Development Studies: The Role of  Central and East European Social Sciences

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
The Central European Political Science Association by Jerzy J. Wiatr
Call for Proposals for second round of CEE Research Sessionsof ECPR
Call for Proposals: Funding for Comparative Research. Visits to Essex University
Globalization and Its Impact on International Relations in East and Central Europe.
What kind of Political Cleavages for Central and Eastern Europe? Free University of Brussels.

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Laurance Whitehead: Democratization –Theory and Experience by Endre Domonkos