Number 27

Summer 2007.
Identities and civil society in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

IDENTITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN CENTRAL EUROPE


Konstantinos J. Papadoulis: Political System and Public Policy Process within the European Union: a stable polity?
János Simon: The Unfinished Post-communist Transition: Short Notes on the State of Postcommunist Transformations
Csaba Varga: Rule of Law: Or the Dilemma of an Ethos: to be Gardened or Mechanicised
Ján Mišovič: Conflict and Cooperation: Attitudes towards Minorities in Czechia
Wolfgang Berg: European Identity – Some Remarks
József N. Szabó: Hungarian French Higher Education and Scientific Relations /1945-1948/
Cem Karadeli: The Hungarian Civil Society under the Rule of János Kádár
David Furmann: Two Essays of the Timely of Common Mind

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Roma-Life – Central European Short Documentary Film Festival – 26-27 April 2008
Standard Grants of International Visegrad Fund – for 2007
Migration and Identity in the EU: University of Oradea (8th-9th of November 2007)
International MA Program in International Relations and EU Studies (ISES, Kőszeg)
Call for Reviewers for Scientific Journals International (by Neil A. Anderson)

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Gréta Czene: Armed Madhouse and Other Tales of Class Combat in a Dying Regime
Péter Király: Sanghera, Amsler, Yarkova (eds): Theorising Social Change in Post-Soviet Countries.