The Movie Marathon! – Monday, October 19th 2015
Monday, October 19th 2015, from 10 AM to 10 PM, Th. Rosetti Hall, The National Banking Institute: The Political Science Club resumes its series of cultural events with its most... Read More
UNE PENSÉE POLITIQUE PRIMITIVE?
Abstract: The present article aims to map out the major trends in political philosophy and political praxis in archaic societies, deemed by political anthropology as ‘’stateless” and therefore, by extension,... Read More
Transylvania and the Old Kingdom – Opposition and Power
The 1990 elections, the first “free” elections of Romania after the communist period, were arguably not free. While the stage of the campaign was dominated by Iliescu and FSN, the... Read More
September 2015 Essays Contest: Monica Tudorache – "Margaret Thatcher – Politics Can Create Heroes"
We all like to believe. To hope. To dream that one day, we will live in a perfect world. We dream that this world, in which we are living now,... Read More
September 2015 Essays Contest: Ilinca Luiza Cristian – "Cesare Borgia – The Road From Cleric to Renaissance King"
In the pavement outside Santa Maria church, in the small town of Viana – Spain, on a certain stone, the following words are engraved: “Here, in a scant piece of... Read More