POLITICS IN CENTRAL EUROPE publishes original, double-blind, peer-reviewed manuscripts that provide scientific essays focusing on issues in comparative politics, policy analysis, international relations and other sub-disciplines of political science, as well as original theoretical or conceptual analyses. The essays should contribute to a broad understanding of the region of Central Europe.
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Ladislav Cabada, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic
Šárka Waisová, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic
Hana Hlaváčková, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic
Editorial Advisory Board
Jan Bureš, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic
Alenka Krašovec, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Danica Fink-Hafner, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Petr Kopecký, University of Leiden, Netherland
Christian Lequesne, Sciencepo-CERI, France
Magdaléna Leichtová, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Paul Luif, Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Austria
Cas Mudde, University of Georgia, United States
Beate Neuss, Technical University in Chemnitz, Germany
Otto Pick, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
Jacques Rupnik, National Foundation for Political Science, France
Boyka Stefanova, University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
Soňa Szomolányi, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
Rein Taagepera, University of California, United States
Debra Shulkes, Czech Republic
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