”The Big 5” in French Presidential Elections

This article is authored by Marin Constantin-Alexandru, currently a 3rd year BA student in the English section of our Faculty. All ideas expressed belong to the author and do not necessarily reflect The Political Science Club’s opinion. The trap of Euroscepticism could easily cover and oversimplify any analysis related to the 2017 French presidential elections. But...
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Romania’s relation with humanitarian action

I believe the proper way to start this article is by saying why I have not posted anything since January. The author is working on another more comprehensive work, namely her Bachelor thesis, which is more time consuming than appeared at first sight. Now that the air was cleared, I was contemplating what should I...
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Unity is Bullsh*t

Black and White Politics is getting more personal and divisive than ever. Whether it is Remainer versus Brexiteer in the UK, the Democratic Resistance movement versus the Alt-Right “Trumpians” in the US, pro-Macron versus pro-Le Pen in France and so on, we have seen proof of it almost everywhere. Politics is no longer about bland...
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Women and politics in 2016

2016 is over and we find ourselves looking back at the moments which made it such an interesting year. Wishing to grasp the events and to understand the facts as they unfolded, here is one of the conclusions 2016 bears on its shoulders: it was not a good  year for women in politics. This article...
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Keeping up with Romania’s neighbors

Whilst the world was arduously discussing Western politics, elections were held in two of Romania’s neighboring countries, namely Bulgaria and Moldova. In the eve of Parliamentary elections, Romania witnesses gradual shifts in political orientation in Eastern Europe. Here is an informal overview on the political realities of the recent elections in two of Romania’s neighboring...
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