Number 31

Spring 2008.
Multiculturalism and political action

CONTENTS
Main Articles

MULTICULTURALISM AND POLITICAL ACTION


Ashok Kumar Upadhyay: Multiculturalism as Political Concern
Peter Szigeti and Ibolya Vincze: Politics and Political Action – Some Remarks to the Theory of Political Power
Jesús de Andrés Sanz and Rubén Ruiz Ramas: Institutions and political regime in Putin’s Russia: an analysis
György Schöpflin: Minorities, Citizenship and Europe
Csaba Varga At the Crossroads of Civil Obedience and Disobedience – A Case Study of a Moment of Constitutional Impotence in Hungary
József  N. Szabó: The Role of the Hungarian Non-governmental Participants in the Diplomatic Connections with the Western Countries /1945-1948/
Jody Jensen: Netizens of the Blogosphere: E-democracy or E-ristocracy?
Leonidas Donskis: Soviet Culture, Russian and Lithuanian Culture

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Gipsy – Life: II. Documentary Short Film Festival – May 9, 2009 – Budapest
Europeanization of National Politics: CEPSA Conf., 2-5, Oct. 2008, Opatija, Croatia
Armed Forces and Society: IPSA Conference, 26-28 June 2008. Santiago de Chile
Global Shift and the Return of Central Europe: 2 of June, Kőszeg, Hungary

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Péter Tamási: Assessing Intergenerational Equity – An Interdisciplinary Study of Aging and Pension Reform in Hungary