Number 28

Spring 2007.
International Relations and Diplomacy in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

International Relations and Diplomacy in Central Europe


Carlos Flores Juberías: Bosnia, Macedonia and Kosovo – The Dayton Treaty, the Ohrid Agreement, and the Proposal of Final Status for Kosovo
Konstantinos J. Papadoulis: Executive Actors in Southern Europe: a comparative analysis of ministerial elites
Rafał Boguszewski: Public Perception of Conservatism and Liberalism in Poland
Csaba Varga: Faled Crusade: American Self-confidence, Russian Catastrophe
Vladimir Rukavisnyikov: The Temptation of Missile Defense: The US administration and the Russian policy-makers
Károly Grúber: Enlargement and the European Constitutional process: The Hungarian Experience in the European Convention
Hortenzia Hosszú: Role of the Party Competition in Cabinet Performance in Hungary
József N. Szabó: Hungarian-French Relationships in Arts and Literature /1945-1948/. Cooperation in Music and Fine Arts

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
Reshaping Social Democracy in Central Europe – Université Libre de Bruxelles
Summer School on Cultural Dimensions of Politics – July 2-9, Prague, Czech Republic
System Changes in Central and South East Europe -December 4-6, 2008 – Vienna, Austria

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Csilla Kiss: From Transition to Globalization. New Challenges for Politics, the Media and Society