European Union as a critical juncture of Central and Eastern Europe

27.11.2020/ Vít Hloušek and Petr Fiala published a paper in European Political Science in which they discuss European integration as a new critical juncture in Central and Eastern Europe. They show how the European integration affected the consolidation or destabilisation of liberal democratic patterns of government.

Vít and Petr show that there has been a contradiction between nationalism and liberal concept of democracy since the mid-nineteenth century and that this contradiction manifests in critical junctures based on European integration too.

European Union as a critical juncture of Central and Eastern Europe

Call for papers: Special Issue of the Czech Journal of Political Science

5.1.2021/ The Czech Journal of Political Science/Politologický časopis opened a call for papers for a special issue titled "Foreign and Energy Policies of…

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Jan Krotký and Petr Kaniok write about MEPs' Migration Debates

19.11.2020/ Jan Krotký and Petr Kaniok has recently published in prestigious journal European Security an article „Who says what: members of the European…

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