Number 15

Spring 2004.
Central European lessons from history and EU accession

CONTENTS
Main Articles

CENTRAL EUROPEAN LESSONS FROM HISTORY AND EU ACCESSION


Richard R. Weiner: Discourse and Argument in Instituting the Governance of Social Law
Bojan Todosijevic and Zsolt Enyedi: Understanding Authoritarianism: Psychological Antecedents and Ideological Consequences
Danica Fink-Hafner and Damjan Lajh: BLessons from Managing Conflict Situations in the EU Accession Negotiations: The Case of Slovenia
Marjan Brezovsek and Miro Hacek: Political Participation on the Local Level: The Role of the City Districts in Slovenia
Damjan Lajh: Implementing the EU’s Structural Policy and Subnational Mobilisation in Slovenia
Tomaz Boh: ‘Charardius alexandrinus’ , Experts and the European Union
Hortenzia Hosszú: American-style of Campaigning in Western-Europe
Tamás Csapody: Secondary Forms of Passive Resistance in Hungary between 1848 and 1865
Gábor Király: Democracy and Technology: Notes on A. Feenberg’s Ideas

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
3th ECPR Conference in Budapest in 2005 (Call for Section Chairs)
Old and New Dilemmas after Enlargement: The Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations (Invitation for Summer University of Kőszeg – ISES, Hungary) by Ferenc Miszlivetz
Interest Groups in Central and Eastern European Countries (GASPPECO: Belgium)by Jean-Michel DeWaele
Network for Study of Strategic Elites and European Enlargement (Conference Series in Europe – 2004-2006)

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Why do People Hate America? by Zoltán László Szabó