Considerations on the Prime minister’s recent trip to Ankara
Featured image © Gov.ro Disclaimer: Please note that all opinions expressed here represent the author’s personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect The Political Science Club’s position. Last week, Romanian... Read More
Diplomacy in the past century and nowadays
No one knows better about the relations between two countries than their diplomats. Instructed, educated women and men, they have represented their countries in times of peace and war, assuming... Read More
Using agenda setting to create a more mature public. Can we do it?
Disclaimer: One should interpret this article from a political science perspective, as I sometimes pretend to have. The reason I chose this topic is because it has been on the... Read More
EVET-HAYIR: To Erdoğan or not to Erdoğan?
This article was written by Marin Constantin-Alexandru In 1915, the Ottoman Empire won the Gallipoli battle against the Allies. That was a resounding victory, that on the political dimension was... Read More
”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... Read More
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... Read More