This online journal of Political Science has been published since 2017. Each issue contains an analysis from the field of political cultural research. They address the question of how cultural identities affect societies and their political systems and shape international relations. The regional focus is on Europe in a broader sense (European Union, Central and Eastern Europe, Balkans) and neighboring countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region).
The jounal is directed at the specialist community from science and research as well as to the interested public. The analyses inform about current political developments and are committed to an understanding of science, which enlightens and works out various options for action. Democratic societies need such an objective exchange of socio-political concepts and ideas in favour of decisions that benefit their population as a whole and do not serve partial interests.
Sabine Riedel, Analytical Perspectives in the Corona Crisis. “Conspiracy Theories”, Maoism, Structural Analysis, Modern Money Theory, Bio-Power and (Trans-)Humanism, FPK, Vol. 5, 2021/7, 2021 May 24, 28 pages.
Sabine Riedel, Der Irak als Schlachtfeld externer Kriegsherren. Die 2003 importierte „Demokratie“ unter der Herrschaft islamischen Rechts hat den Weg geebnet, FPK, Vol. 4, 2020/1, 2020 Jan 21, 8 pages.
Emma-Katharina David, Sabine Riedel, Europe’s Regions: Bridges or Subjects of Disputes? Theoretical Background and the Example of Multilingualism in Trentino-South Tyrol, Italy, FPK, Vol. 3, 2019/9, 2019 Dec 22, 10 pages.
Sabine Riedel, Deficiencies and Omissions in the Brexit Agreement. The European Union’s Shared Responsibility at the Failure of the UK Withdrawal Negotiations, FPK, Vol. 3, 2019/7, 2019 Aug 18, 8 pages.
Sabine Riedel, The Cultural Future of Europe. Democracies at Times of Global Changes. Introduction: The Convergence Theory as a Socio-scientific Approach, FPK, Vol. 1, 2017/1, 2017 July 21, 13 pages. Source: Riedel, Sabine, Die kulturelle Zukunft Europas. Demokratien in Zeiten globaler Umbrüche, Wiesbaden, 2015, pp. 1-3, 244-264, Translation by Jean Säfken.