China and Eastern Europe: New Presences

The latest issue of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics (IEEJSP) is now out. 


Thematic Section

China and Eastern Europe: New Presences

Pál Nyíri, "My Heart's Anna"

Magdolna Sass, Ágnes Szunomár, Andrea Gubik, Shobha Kiran, Éva Ozsvald, Employee Relations at Asian Subsidiaries in Hungary
Richard Turcsányi, Ivana Karásková, Tamás Matura, Matej Šimalčík, Followers, Challengers, or By-Standers?

Book Review

Leslie K. Wang (2016) Outsourced Children: Orphanage Care and Adoption in Globalizing China. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, by Nóra Kovács


Miklós Sebők, The Politics of Manufactured Crisis
Dragoş Ciulinaru, Brexit and the Borders and Boundaries of the European Union

Research Note

Miroslava Bozogáňová, Jozef Výrost, Social and Psychological Factors of Political Participation according to Recent European Social Survey Data

Book Reviews

Neoliberal Order and the Collapse of a Mixed Economy, by Attila Melegh
The Analytical Perspective of Refugee Protection and Civil Society, by Ádám Csáky