Tönis Saarts / Associate Lecturer of Comparative Politics at Tallinn University / Profesor Asociado de Política Comparada en la Universidad de Tallin
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Comparative Politics Associate Lecturer at Tallinn University, Estonia

Seminar: March 15th

Political parties, the quality of democracy and the rise

of populism in Central and Eastern Europe

Tõnis Saarts is an Associate Professor of Comparative Politics at Tallinn University (Estonia). His research interests include democracy and democratization in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), party politics, social cleavages, and the rise of populism. He has published in journals as East European Politics, Problems of Post-Communism, European Societies, Regional & Federal Studies, European Politics and Society, etc. He has also written the chapters for the handbooks published by Routledge and Palgrave.

Meet the rest of our first event’s speakers

Fernando Vallespín / Professor of Political Science at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Catedrático de Ciencia Política en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Massimo La Torre / Professor of Philosophy of Law at Hull University / Catedrático de Filosofía del Derecho en la Universidad de Hull
John Keane / Political Theory Professor at Sidney University & Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin / Catedrático de Teoría Política en la Universidad de Sidney y en el Wissenschaftszentrum de Berlín
Máriam Martínez-Bascuñán / Political Science Lecturer at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Profesora de Ciencia Política en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Tönis Saarts / Associate Lecturer of Comparative Politics at Tallinn University / Profesor Asociado de Política Comparada en la Universidad de Tallin
Wolfgang Merkel / Political Science Professor at Humboldt University of Berlin / Catedrático de Ciencia Política en la Universidad Humboldt de Berlín
Marta Fraile / Senior Research Fellow at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) / Científica Titular del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

Organized by

Partner Institutions

Residencia de Estudiantes
Patrimonio Europeo