Annals of the Croatian Political Science Association

Social Conflicts and Language Games of Politics
Essential Differences or Practical Metaphors? The Secret of the Persistence of the Left-Right Division
The division of political parties and ideological programs into Left and Right is so ingrained in our perception of political reality that it is difficult to find an alternative. But their meaning is not stable and precise. Their meanings changed so much that the distinction between the original Left and Right during the French Revolution and today’s Left-Right parties in Europe was almost completely reversed.
Read More
Two Faces of Pluralism by Default
Two-Faced Janus in Kyrgyzstan – Instability of Competitive Authoritarianism
Last year, Kyrgyzstan experienced the third big protests in 15 years which resulted with the change of power. After the removal of presidents in the Tulip Revolution in 2005, and the Melon Revolution in 2010, the new protests erupted over the fraud in the October 2020 parliamentary election.
Read More
Local elections and material fatigue
The Victory of the Different
If we were to capture what happened in the 1152 local elections in Croatia in one word, no, it would not be that the new ones won. It would be more accurate to say that the different won. For the most part, they’re new, too, but that doesn’t fully describe what happened.
Read More
Hundred Years of Zagreb Elections
Between Revolution and Reaction: Who Were the Mayors of Zagreb?
After a fierce campaign between two election rounds, and the first change of city government in two decades, it is a good time for a glance into the past of the turbulent last hundred years of elections in Zagreb.
Read More
Online First
Politics and Democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 25 Years after Dayton
Our initial bloc of online first texts is dedicated to politics and democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Brendan O’Leary questions the phrase normal democracy. In the text, he argues that human rights must be balanced with other values, including peace and stability, and concludes...
Read More

Annals of the Croatian Political Science Association

Croatian Political Science Association
Faculty of Political Sciences
Lepušićeva 6, 10 000 Zagreb
book
en_US
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram