Államtudományi és Nemzetközi Tanulmányok Kar


Boglárka KOLLER: The takeoff after Lisbon. The practical and theoretical implications of differentiated integration. World Political Science Review, Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2012. 

Abstract: This is an awarded journal article on the differentiated integration in the EU. The board of the Hungarian Political Science Association nominated this article to be published in the World Political Science Review in the year 2012. (one article nominated per year) .


Boglárka KOLLER: Patterns of Post-Enlargement Identity Formation. The Case of Hungary. In Karin Liebhart, Olga Gyárfásová (eds): Communicating Europe. Cultural Patterns of Politics, Volume 2 (Series edited by Silvia Mihalikova, Andreas Pribersky), Lit Publishing House, Austria, 2014, pp 187-215.

Abstract: A book chapter; one of my latest publications is edited by colleagues of the CEPSA. The article analyses the post-enlargement experience of East-Central European member states and identity issues in the region. Preview available at:

Boglárka KOLLER: Trajectories of Identity Formation in the Post-Enlargement Era. The Hungarian Example. Jagiellonian European Forum, Krakow. Jagiellońskie Forum Europejskie, 2011, No. 20, pp. 7-29.

Abstract: A journal article that contains analysis of the post-enlargement period of the East-Central European countries, published in Krakow.


ÁGH A. - KAISER T. -KOLLER B.: 10 years after. Multilevel-governance and differentiated integration in the EU. (eds) Blue Ribbon Research Centre, King Sigismund Business School, Budapest, 2014, pp. 207. (co-editor with Attilla Ágh and Tamás Kaiser)

Abstract: The book was published by my research group in 2014 on MLG and differentiated integration in the EU. I am the co-editor of the volume and also have a chapter in the book.

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Boglárka KOLLER: Territory Matters – Re-Territorialized Identities in the Common Europe In István Tarrósy, Ágnes Tuka, Zoltán Vörös and Andrea Schmidt (eds): European Integration: Perspectives and Challenges - How ‘Borderless’ Is Europe?, Publikon, Pécs, 2014, pp 17-33.

Abstract: A book chapter is published by the University of Pécs, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on the re-territorialisation in the European Union.

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Krisztina ARATÓ - Boglárka KOLLER: Képzelt Európa (Imagined Europe), Balassi Kiadó, Budapest, 2013.

Abstract: Awareded book (Title: Képzelt Európa, Imagined Europe) co-written by Krisztina Arató. 2nd prize at the national contest. The Institute of Literature of Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Ministry of National Resources launched the contest to encourage writing a comprehensive book demonstrating the common values, history and unity of Europe.

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Attila MARJÁN: Europe’s Destiny: The Old Lady and the Bull. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010. 368 p. ISBN:978-0-8018-9547-0

Abstract: The book considers the key global and home-grown challenges of the EU and the possible solutions to them.

Attila MARJÁN: The Middle of the Map: Geopolitics of Perceptions London: John Harper Publishing, 2011. 208 p. ISBN:978-0-9564508-4-5

Abstract: The book discusses the international role the EU plays especially the way it is conceived by China and the US.

Attila MARJÁN: European Economic and Monetary Integration. 280 p. Budapest: Nemzeti Közszolgálati Egyetem, 2014. ISBN:978-615-5305-69-6 (book – co-author and editor)

Abstract: The book presents the history and present of European economic and monetary integration including the relevance of the internal market and the EU’s measures of euro-crisis management.

Attila MARJÁN: The Crisis and Its Potential Consequences on the Development of the European Union FOREIGN POLICY REVIEW 2011: pp. 21-39. (2011) (article)

Abstract: The article analysis the early years of the European crisis and its potential consequences on its political future.

Attila MARJÁN: The new EU voting system – the old West-Eeast North-South division Modern Diplomacy International Edition (2014) (article)

Abstract: The paper discusses the role of the Visegrad co-operation in the rearrangement of the political equilibrium in the EU, including the group members’ relation to a multiple-tier EU.


Attila MARJÁN: An emerging new European political geometry Modern Diplomacy International Edition (2014) (article)

Abstract: The paper is about the emergence of a new European political geometry which includes the new reluctant hegemon role played by Germany, the slow but steady process of the French decline as a pan-European policy setter, the gradual withdrawal of the UK and the search for a new position by Poland.