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Institute of Political Sciences SAS

Dubravska cesta 9
841 04 Bratislava
Slovak Republic
 
Director: PhDr. Peter Dinus, PhD.
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Phone: +421-2-54789725
Fax: +421-2-54789726
Secretariat: Ing. Jana Hudecova
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Tel: +421-2-54789724
Fax: +421-2-54789726
 
The Institute of Political Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciences was established by Resolution No. 14 of the Presidium of the Slovak Academy of Sciences as the Institute of Politology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, effective 1 February 1990. In compliance with Resolution No. 208 of the Presidium of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, effective 1 March 2002, the Institute was renamed the Institute of Political Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.
In accordance with the Founding Deed dated 28 March 2018 and Article 21a, Section 1 of Act No. 133/2002 Coll. on the Slovak Academy of Sciences, effective 1 July 2018, the legal form of the Institute of Political Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciences was transformed from a state budget organisation into a public research institution. Pursuant to the amendment to Act No. 270/2018 Coll. on the Slovak Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Political Science SAS, public research institution, has again become a budget-governed state institution, reverting to its status prior to 1 July 2018, effective 26 September, 2018.
The mission of the Institute of Political Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciences is basic research into political relations and processes within their internal and international political contexts. The Institute focuses on conducting studies in the area of international relations and political systems, the history of political thought, research methods of political science and recent political history.
The work of the team of internal and external researchers, in collaboration with both domestic and foreign institutions, aims at interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research into political activities and their selected aspects, particularly their social, nationality, psycho-political and historical characteristics; such is also the nature of its synthesising outcomes.