Number 26

Winter 2006.
Nations, Minority Rights and Civil Attitudes

CONTENTS
Main Articles

Nations, Minority Rights and Civil Attitudes


Janine R. Wedel: Why Collision and Collusion? Econolobbyists, Transactors, and Western aid to Central and Eastern Europe
Konstantinos J. Papadoulis: Comparative Public Policy Concertation: Analysis within the 15 EU Member-States (1957-2002)
György Csepeli: The New Distress of the East European Small States
Miroslav Kusý: The Politics of National Minorities in Slovakia
József Kotics: Integration or Segregation? (Gypsies in Zabola, Háromszék, Romania)
Gábor Biczó: The Contemporary Assimilation Research and the Hungarian Diaspora Issue
Tamás Fricz: Typifying Hungarian Democracy: a New Typology of Democracy
David Furmann: Psychic Origins of the “Anger”
Krisztina Mária Szabó: Time to Fear?
Zoltán Berényi: Behind the Façade: weak civic culture in Hungary
Máté Szabó: Dissent and Opposition in Kádár-Regime of Hungary
Imre Lévai: Globalisation: Evolution of the Complex World System

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
International Visegrad Fund – Bratislava
The Portale sull’Europa Centro Orientale e Balcanica: PECOB – Bologna
Centre for OSCE Research, CORE Newsletter – Hamburg

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Delegation and Accountability in Parliamentary Democracies (eds.  Kaare Strøm, Wolfgang C. Müller, Torbjörn Bergman. by Hortenzia Hosszú