Magdalena Bewicz
Presidential election 2015 on emigration. Quantitative analysis as a method of presenting the actual state.

Slavomira Bjaloblocka
Innovation Policy Of Social And Economic Development: Essence And Structuring.

Krzysztof Białobłocki
Anti-immigrant far-right parties in the Visegrad countries: representation, political success and ideological positioning.

Tomasz Białobłocki
The identity of Ukrainians and Russians at the background of ethnic relations in the independent Ukraine (1991–2017).

Zbigniew Białobłocki
Towards systematizing and updating the definition and indicators for measuring the stability of governments: theoretical and methodological cut.

Zbigniew Białobłocki
Comparative analysis of political regimes in Eastern European Countries: correlation of hybrid and authoritarian political practices (1991-2016).

Vira Burdiak
Transformation of the Republic of Bulgaria and politicization of the society’s ethnic awareness.

Iryna Butуrskaya
Social-political and social-economic transformation of the Slovak Republic.

Anna Czajka
The Background of Ethnic Conflicts in the European Union based on the example of Great Britain, Spain and France.

Tetiana Fedorchak
Political parties of the Czech Republic on the way to consolidated democracy.

Ivan Harat, Petro Kralyuk
Vitaliy Dubenskyi — The Hesychast-Poet.

Kolcov Vitaliy
Dissident movement as a historical prototype of political opposition: generalization based on the analysis of “real socialism” regimes in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia.

Tamara Kozak
The Role of English as the Means of International Communication for the Development of World Market.

Maryan Lopata
Stability and efficiency of coalition governments in Poland and Czech Republic: comparative analysis.

Vitaliy Lytvyn
Isolation and taxonomy of semi-presidentialism with nominal presidents in central and Eastern European Countries of the eu: as exemplified by Bulgaria, Czechia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Aneta Moszczyńska
The “dilemma of simultaneity” as a conceptual predictor of post-communist countries of Europe modernization’s logistics: theoretical and methodological cut.

Nadia Panchak-Białobłocka
Patterns of minority governments’ stability in European parliamentary democracies.

Anatoliy Romaniuk
Evolution of Ukrainian citizens’ attitude towards the USSR and Russia in the context of the annexation of the Crimea and warfare in Donbas over the years 2014-2017.

Lubomir Skochylias
Legal and political evolution of the institution of president in Ukraine: from Kravchuk to Poroshenko.

Lyubomyr Skochylyas, Jurij Hajduk
Rewolucja pomarańczowa na Ukrainie, dżinsowa rewolucja na Białorusi: powody zwycięstwa pierwszej i upadku ostatniej.

Vladyslav Varinski
Public structures as effective mechanism of forming of social capital in democratic countries.


Magdalena Bewicz
Rola monarchii brytyjskiej we współczesnym świecie.

Magdalena Białobłocka
The features of technocracy in the “Chinese model” of governance.

Sławomira Białobłocka
Eurointegration and europeanization as innovative goals of political and socio-economic development of the Visegrad Countries: features and stages of implementation.

Krzysztof Białobłocki
Migrations and migration processes in the Visegrad Countries: legal principles of regulation and features of modern patterns.

Tomasz Białobłocki
Ethnonational reality and expectations in the context of representation of russian and other minorities in Ukraine (1989–2017).

Zbigniew Białobłocki
Non-party (formed by presidents) governments: design, appointment and peculiarities of operationalization in the president-parliamentary countries of Eastern Europe.

Vira Burdiak
Present-day security threats to Ukraine in the informational sphere.

Iryna Butyrskaja
Development of sovereign Slovenia as a social state.

Butyrskyi Andriy
Judicial reform in Ukraine: problems of implementation.

Cholovska Oleksandra
The historical and transformational preconditions and peculiarities of the electoral systems’ formation at the local level in the modern countries of the Visegrad Group.

Tetiana Fedorchak
Participation of political forces in parliamentary elections and national development of the Czech Republic.

Natalia Khoma
Revolutionary and military crowd-sourcing and crowd-funding practices of social political activism (based on the Ukraine’s example of 2014-2016).

Kolzov Vitaliy
Political opposition as a prerequisite of the beginning of democratization in the visegradgroup countries (1989– 1993): comparative analysis.

Tamara Kozak
Language policy in the European union in the context of the spread of english as a global language.

Ihor Kushnarov
Cultural and mental determinants of political corruption and counteracting it: the example of Ukraine.

Vitaliy Lytvyn
The Stages of Installation and Institutional, Procedural, Political and Behavioral Attributes of Semi-Presidentialism in Poland and Ukraine: Comparative Analysis.

Aneta Moszczyńska
Political and socio-economic modernization as a pledge of transformation of post-communist countries of Central-Eastern Europe: theoretical, methodological and logistic cut.

Nadia Panchak-Bialoblotska
Votes of confidence/investiture as conditions for formation of minority governments in the European Parliamentary Democracies: a statistical cut.

Peleshchuk Ihor
Institualization of early conflict – warning in political system.

Anastasia Repetska
Modern Ukraine: challenging by reforms.

Anatoliy Romaniuk
Inter-party democracy as a democracy development factor in Ukraine.

Hennadii Shypunov
Principles of Communist Parties’ Structural Organization: Crucial Aspects of Correlations with Political RegimeType.

Lyubomyr Skochylyas
The party-electoral dimension of the formation of local self- government bodies.

Julija Slipetska
Comparative analysis of political cleavages in the countries of East and Central Europe.

Wiktor Zinczuk
New media and modern society: political interaction.