Vol. 7, No. 1, February 2012
Jacob Oermen, The Issue Network as a Deliberative Space: A Case Study of the Danish Asylum Issue on the Internet
M. Zakir Saadullah Khan, Democracy and Economic Freedom: A Static Panel Data Analysis of South Asia
Sule Tomkinson, The Multiplicity of Truths about Human Trafficking: Beyond “The Sex Slave” Discourse
Oana Florina Pop, Between Non-Intervention and the Protection of Human Rights: A Moral Argument in Defence of Humanitarian Intervention

Vol. 7, No. 2, April 2012
Aron Szele,  Extraordinary Situations, Extraordinary Means: The Regenerative Projects of the Hungarian Radical Right
Romy Wöhlert, Reciprocal Perceptions Between Western Balkan Countries and the EU: News Coverage on the EU Accession Process in Daily Newspapers
Magdalena Karolak, Escalation of Social Conflict during Popular Upheavals: Evidence from Bahrain
Alexander B. Makulilo, The Fallacy of de facto Independent Candidacy in Tanzania: A Rejoinder

Vol. 7, No. 3, September 2012
Arnaud Kurze, Democratizing Justice in the Post-Conflict Balkans: The Dilemma of Domestic Human Rights Activists
Jan Smolenski, Substantive Equality, Popular Sovereignty, and Antagonistic Politics: An Introduction to Carl Schmitt's Democratic Theory
Nicolae Bîea, (In)Congruence: A Study of Opinion-Policy Distance in 33 Democracies
Attila Molnar, One Actor, One Too Many Voices? The EU at the UN General Assembly

Vol. 7, No. 4, December 2012
Martin Kovanic, Transitional Justice Dynamics in Slovakia: From Silence to the Nation’s Memory Institute
Nathan Andrews, Globalization, Global Governance, and Cosmopolitanism: A Critical Exploration of European Practice
Zlata Bozac, Global Democracy: Coercion-Based Approach
Cuneyt Dinc, Societal Cleavages and the Formation of the Turkish Party System since 1950