Number 13

Fall 2003.
Political parties and the European enlargement

CONTENTS
Main Articles

POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE EUROPEAN ENLARGEMENT


Peter Mair: Political Parties and Democracy: What Sort of Future?
András Bozóki and Gergely Karácsony: Membership Without Belonging? Hungary into the European Union: A Historic Step Passively Approved
Jody Jensen: Faultiness and Frontlines of Security: Regional and Global Challenges for Europe
Marjan Brezovsek and Miro Hacek: The Modernization Process of Slovenian Public Administration and Corruption
Máté Szabó: Mobilization and Protest Strategy of the Fidesz-MPP within and after the Electoral Campaign
Damjan Lajh: The Europeanization of Regionalization: Building Multi-level Institutional Setting in Slovenia
Malgorzata Marciniak: Between Rigidity and Flexibility – Institutional Challenges for Management of Polish Eastern Border

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Central Europe beyond Double Enlargement – Report about the Central European Political Science Association’s (CEPSA) Annual Meeting in Vilnius by Algimantas Jankauskas
List of Approved Project, Standard Grants and Scholarships of IVF
Seminar Doctoral about the Romanian Revolution
Redefining Europe:  Federalism and the Union of European Democracies

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Is Central Europe a „community of destiny„? by Tibor Szabó
The Weakness of Civil Society in Post-Communist Europe by Umut Korkut