Number 16

Summer 2004.
Minority’s status laws in the European Union and in Hungary

CONTENTS
Main Articles

MINORITY’S STATUS LAWS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND IN HUNGARY


Osamu Ieda and Zoltán Kántor: Preface of the Conference
Osamu Ieda: Ideological Background of the Amendment Status Law Controversy in Hungary
György Schöpflin: Hungary and the EU: the Status Law and After
Zoltán Kántor: The Concept of Nation in the ECE “Status Laws”
Zsuzsa Csergő and James M. Goldgeier: Virtual Nationalism in Comparative Context: How Unique is the Hungarian Approach?
Iván Halász: The Ethnicity and Territory in the Central and Eastern European Status Laws
Balázs Majtényi: Utilitarianism in Minority Protection?: Status Laws and International Organisations
Balázs Vízi: The Evaluation of the ‘Status Law’ in the European Union

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)
First Global International Studies Conference to be held in Istanbul at Bilgi University
International Visegrad Found

B o o k   R e v i e w s
The Status Law Syndrome: The Hungarian Status Law: Nation Building and/or Minority Protection by András L. Pap