Vol. 6, No. 1, February 2011
Mihail Chiru and Valentina Dimulescu, Tribunes versus Experts: An Analysis of the Romanian MEPs’ Questions
Tamara Banjeglav,  The use of Gendered Victim Identities Before and During the War in Former Yugoslavia
Andreas Kornelakis, Dual Convergence or Hybridization? Institutional Change in Italy and Greece from the Varieties of Capitalism Perspective
Önder Kutlu, Agency Theory and Agency Environment: Elements and Relations within British Civil Service0
Alexander B. Makulilo, “Join a party or I cannot elect you”: The Independent Candidate Question in Tanzania

Vol. 6, No. 2, April 2011
Davor Marko: The role of opinion leaders in the dissemination of media messages during the pre-election period: The case of Bosn
Nicole Gallina: Challenging the east-west divide: insights from a comparison of Ukraine and Italy
J. Shola Omotola: A cabalised regime: neopatrimonialism, president Yar’adua’s health crisis and Nigeria’s democracy
Victoria Makulilo: Access denied? Examining the loans board facility for higher learning students in Tanzania

Vol. 6, No. 3, September 2011
Sonila Danaj: They will save us, or shouldn’t they? An analysis of the role of the international community in the Albanian
Austėja Trinkūnaitė: Internet forums in Lithuania: a new stimulus for social capital?
Ieva Gruzina: Relationship between history and a sense of belonging – Russian speaking minority integration in Latvia
Funda Gencoglu-Onbasi: Democracy, pluralism and the idea of public reason: Rawls and Habermas in comparative perspective
Eldar Sarajlic: Distributive justice in crisis

Vol. 6, No. 4, December 2011
Patrick Hein: Volunteering in Japan and Germany: How moral citizenship strengthens society and the state
Fabio Franch: Changing games and evolving contexts: Political bargaining in European energy disputes
Elena Labzina: Costs and benefits of natural experiments in political science
Candan Turkkan: Secularization of politics and law