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Understanding neo-imperialism in the region of the Baltics and the Black Sea: some suggestions from Thucydides

Understanding neo-imperialism in the region of the Baltics and the Black Sea: some suggestions from Thucydides

Imperialism is an out fashioned and even utterly resented term in Romania, as it is perceived to be in close connection to the nowadays hated, […]

 
 

The Creation of a European Demos? An Analysis of Recent Civic Uprisings in Romania

The Creation of a European Demos?  An Analysis of Recent Civic Uprisings in Romania

Within the last five years, many EU member states have witnessed various forms of civic demonstrations, with distinct purposes and diverse forms of organisation – […]

 
 

The 2019 Elections and New Political Horizons in the EU: between street protests, far right unity and new forms of citizen engagement

The 2019 Elections and New Political Horizons in the EU: between street protests, far right unity and new forms of citizen engagement

Back in May 2019, one week before the European elections, demonstrators took to the streets of Vienna to express their outrage over the latest political […]

 
 

Social Resilience in the EU and the Importance of Civil Society Engagement

Social Resilience in the EU and the Importance of Civil Society Engagement

This analysis will focus on the different forms of social resilience and it stresses the need to translate the messages from the grass-root level and […]

 
 

Interview/ Laura Veza-Vişan, ONE Youth ambassador: „MEPs’ motivation in fighting extreme poverty isn’t their political affiliation, it’s a sense of equality and justice”

Interview/ Laura Veza-Vişan, ONE Youth ambassador: „MEPs’ motivation in fighting extreme poverty isn’t their political affiliation, it’s a sense of equality and justice”

The European Union commits to ambitious goals regarding fighting poverty all over the world, but in order to achieve them, it is important that political […]

 
 

Success of young activists/ Klaus Iohannis and more than 150 MEPs commit to fighting extreme poverty

Success of young activists/ Klaus Iohannis and more than 150 MEPs commit to fighting extreme poverty

The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, has committed to the fight against extreme poverty and for sustainable development. Heeding the call of over 250 ONE […]

 
 

OP-ED/ Seeking peace needs an enterprising foreign policy

OP-ED/ Seeking peace needs an enterprising foreign policy

This week Istanbul will host two separate but related international conferences on mediation. One will be devoted to the state of play in the conflict […]

 
 

Call for Articles and Reviews/ Studia Politica

Call for Articles and Reviews/ Studia Politica

Call for Articles and Reviews Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review publishes high quality, peer reviewed articles in all major areas of political science including political […]

 
 

Interview with Arend Lijphart, professor at the University of California: “The European Union may be called an extreme example of consociationalism”

Interview with Arend Lijphart, professor at the University of California: “The European Union may be called an extreme example of consociationalism”

In the Patterns of Democracy: Government Forms and Performance in Thirty-Six Countries (Yale University Press, 1999), Arend Lijphart compared the model of consensual (consociational) democracy […]

 
 

Study/ Usage of digital tools by youth NGOs promoting peace and Human Rights

Study/ Usage of digital tools by youth NGOs promoting peace and Human Rights

Within their KA2 Strategic Partnership, TURN ONline, a project whose aim is to sustain digitalization within youth organizations promoting peace and human rights, GEYC has […]