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Table of Contents of Volume 8, Issue 2 (2013):

The address of the new SISP president: a new élan for Italian Political Science
Pietro Grilli di Cortona (Roma Tre University, Rome)

Welcome to Amie Kreppel and Fabio Franchino, the new editors of the Italian Political Science Review
Nicolò Conti (Unitelma La Sapienza, Rome)

Teaching innovation at Master level: the ReSHAPE programme on security and emergency policies at the University of Catania
Fulvio Attinà (University of Catania)

Winning in Europe: The REScEU project
Francesco Zucchini (University of Milan)

T.wai research on emerging patterns of insecurity
Stefano Ruzza (Torino World Affairs Institute – T.wai, Turin)

The teaching of EU and International Politics in Italy and abroad: a personal experience
Simona Piattoni (University of Trento)

Learning in English: Italian (and German) Educational supply in Political Science
Francesco Zucchini (University of Milan)

Evaluating the evaluators. A comment on the final report of the Group of evaluators of the area 14 – Political and Social Sciences (Call VQR 2004-2010)
Liborio Mattina (University of Trieste)

Book Reviews Coordinated by Stefania Panebianco

Francesca Gelli, La città nella scienza politica americana
Reviewed by Maria Tullia Galanti (University of Florence)

Stefania Panebianco and Rosa Rossi (eds.), Winds of Democratic Change in the Mediterranean? Processes, Actors and Possible Outcomes
Reviewed by Elena Baracani (University of Bologna)

Arolda Elbasani, European Integration and Transformation in the Western Balkans. Europeanization or Business as Usual?
Reviewed by Cristina Dallara (CNR-IRSIG)