The Political Science Podcast seeks to present political science in a conversational format. In episodes lasting from about half an hour to 45 minutes, we talk to political scientists, scientists from related disciplines and other relevant authors, about the topic they are dealing with, an interesting article or a book they have recently published. The podcast is brought to you by the Croatian Political Science Association (CPSA) in cooperation with Radio Student. It is edited and hosted by Enes Kulenović (editor-in-chief, podcast speaker and member of the editorial board of the Annals of the CPSA), Leon Cvrtila (executive editor of the Annals of the CPSA), Krešimir Petković (editor-in-chief of the Annals of the CPSA) and Višeslav Raos (editor-in-chief of the book series and the journal Political Analyses). You can listen to all of the episodes of the podcast on the Annals of the CPSA web site and on the YouTube channel of the CPSA.
November 7, 2022
Episode #5: What’s Wrong with Croatian Public Policies?

In the fifth episode of the Political Science Podcast, Višeslav Raos discussed public policies with political scientist Ana Petek, associate professor at the Department of Public Policy, Management and Development of the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Zagreb and head of the research team on the project Kako vlada Vlada? (“How Does the Government Govern?”).

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June 7, 2022
Episode # 4: Health Policy and Gender (In)Equality

The conversation of the host of the Political Science Podcast Enes Kulenović with the Croatian political scientist and scientific returnee from the USA Dagmar Radin focused on three topics. The first part of the conversation focused on the position of women in the Croatian health system. Radin pointed out the problems of institutional and social practices that contribute to inequality and hinted the possibility of reformist action through institutions that would contribute to greater equality between men and women.

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6. April 2022.
Episode # 3: Populism, Democracy, and Civic Education

In the third episode of the Political Science Podcast, Enes Kulenović talked with professor Berto Šalaj from the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb. The conversation started with the topic of populism. One of its forms is the celebrity populism: celebrities bring techniques and experiences of communication from the media to the political sphere, from the lesser-known cases...

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February 25, 2022
Episode #2: The Pandemic and the Crisis of Democracy

In the second episode of the Political Science Podcast, we spoke with political scientist Nenad Zakošek. After an introductory explanation of the political causes of social inequality and reflections on nationalism and local power structures in Croatia, the focus of the first part of the conversation was on the disappointment of citizens and distrust in institutions, especially in Eastern Europe, which leads to authoritarian policies...

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January 26, 2022
Episode #1: Populism, Elites and Masses

In the first episode of the Political Science Podcast, editor and host Enes Kulenović spoke with political scientist Marko Grdešić about his 2019 book The Shape of Populism: Serbia before the Dissolution of Yugoslavia, published by the University of Michigan Press, and about his actual article published in the Annals of HPD 2021, Red and Black Croatia in the Long Run...

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