Number 34

Winter 2008.
Transitions after globalization

CONTENTS
Main Articles

TRANSITIONS AFTER GLOBALIZATION


Tamás Szentes: Globalisation and Prospects of the World Society
Sergiu Gherghina: What Differs in Transition? – Triadic Political Relationships in Post-Communist Countries
Máté Szabó: A Transnational Civil Society in Europe: from the point of view of the new post-communist EU-members
Csaba Varga: In Want of New Balances in Transition: Lithuania Searching for Its Own Path:
George Schöpflin: The Slovak-Hungarian ‘cold war’

Budapest Analysis:
Hungarian – Slovakian Tension: The scandal around the football match
Russia and Ukraine: Implications of the Russian-Ukrainian gas dispute
Lithuania: Conservative Government

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
International Visegrad Fund – Call for Small and Standard Grants – March 2009
Gipsy-Life – II. Central European Short Documentary Film Festival – 9 of May, Budapest
Work and Human Life Cycle in Global History – Humbold University, 31 March, Berlin
Balance of the EU Membership in the Visegrad Countries – 5-6 Febr. 2009, Budapest

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Christopher Walsch: Laurence Cole (ed.): Different Paths to the Nation. Regional and National Identities in Central Europe and Italy (1830-1870)
Guide to European Policies – European Study Service, 2008, Brussels