The Romanian Journal of Political Science (PolSci) is the first Romanian peer-reviewed journal of political science edited and published twice a year by the Romanian Academic Society (SAR) on behalf of the Romanian community of political scientists.

The journal publishes a diverse range of political science articles, especially from fields currently under-covered, such as comparative politics, public policy, political economy, or political psychology, covering Romanian or broader Central or South - East European issues. Papers are theory-grounded and based on solid empirical work.
PolSci (Romanian Journal of Political Science) is a bi-annual journal edited by the Romanian Academic Society (RAS). PolSci is indexed by ISI Thomson under the Social Sciences Citation Index and by other prominent institutions such as IPSA, GESIS, EBSCO, CEEOL and ProQuest. Previous PolSci contributors include Francis Fukuyama, Larry Diamond or Philippe Schmitter, as well...
CURRENT ISSUE   Vol. 16, no. 2, Winter 2016 – General issue  

General issue

ABSTRACT | PolSci Volume 16, number 2 (Winter 2016) comprises articles which deal with themes such as Fascism, rule of law and political participation of young people. The first article deals with the the relationship between the Bolshevik revolution and Fascism. The second discusses Rule of Law as a powerful separation between global civilisations. The third article explores the development and influence of visual media on social movement activism in Slovenia. The fourth attempts to explain the ineffective implementation of constitutional rulings through the concept of policy networks. The fifth article focuses on contributing to a better understanding of second-order election theory on a discursive level, by analyzing the Czech regional elections. The sixth reveals conditions for political participation of young people in a region of Hungary. Book review: Chantal Mouffe, “Agonistics. Thinking the World Politically”...

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Indexed in:

  • Social Sciences Citation Index
    (ISI Thomson Reuters)
  • IPSA

Advisory Board

  • Larry Diamond Stanford University
  • Tom Gallagher University of Bradford
  • Alena Ledeneva University College London
  • Michael McFaul Stanford University
  • Philippe Schmitter Stanford University
  • Helen Wallace London School of Economics and Political Science

Published by:

Societatea Academica Romana