The most important thing for democracy is to establish a catalogue of its constant, repeatable and inalienable features – the so-called DNA of democracy. Such a DNA code could no longer be manipulated or diluted, because nothing without it could be called democracy, writes Janusz Ruszkowski
Professor, Jean Monnet Chair ad Personam, Institute of Political Science and Security Studies, University of Szczecin
Janusz's research interests include the political system of the European Union, multi-level governance, europeanisation processes, supranationalism and supranational democracy, theories of political sciences and European studies.
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