• About the International Association for Political Science Students

    The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is a platform for political science students and students interested in political science issues. The association is international, politically independent, non-profit and student-run, and aims to have global impact in the political science sphere. The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is the only organization representing students of political science and related studies – worldwide. IAPSS seeks to strengthen the academic profile and methodological skills, to broaden the global understanding of the discipline of political science.

     

  • IAPSS Membership

    Membership comes already at 15EUR/year, with reduced rates for those students that come from less privileged backgrounds.
  • Latest IAPSS News

    • July 2, 2015

      Call for Applications: Media Coordinator


      Call for Applications for Media Coordinator of the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS)  Deadline for Applications: July 15, 2015 The International Association for Political Science Students is herewith calling for
    • June 26, 2015

      IAPSS Represented in Ukraine


      On May 14 and 15, 2015, IAPSS Ukraine held its Fifth National Convention at Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. The Convention gathered students from all over Ukraine to discuss “Global Challenges in Eurasia: Prospects for
    • June 22, 2015

      Preparation Meeting for IAPSS Summer School 2015 conducted


      On Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20, 2015 the IAPSS Summer School team met in Venice to settle the last administrative and organizational issues with officials from Venice International University. The IAPSS Summer School 2015 with the theme
    • June 22, 2015

      Call for Applications: Delegations Coordinator


      Call for Applications for Delegations Coordinator of the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS)  Deadline for Applications: July 15, 2015 The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is herewith
    • June 15, 2015

      IAPSS Think Tank: Call for Applications


      Call for Applications for Members of the Think Tank on ‘Challenging Democracy’ Deadline for Applications: July 15, 2015 The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is recruiting members for the IAPSS Think Tank of 2015
  • Latest ADV articles

    • July 5, 2015

      The World Government: The End of “political”?


      Every major global event is like a two-side coin, but in the context I am going to write about the two sides are not the good and the bad one as usual. For the purpose of this article one side of the coin will be the formal one – decisions have
    • July 5, 2015

      The Greek Crisis: From the Narratives to the Solutions


      “It’s your fault” scream at each other Greece and its creditors. What has become known as ‘The Greek Crisis’, has in the past few weeks, rapidly degenerated into a child-like contest over who is right and who is to blame fuelled by
    • July 3, 2015

      The Scottish National Party and Independence (Part II): (Dis)Union?


      Author’s Note: The first part of the article can be found here (http://www.iapss.org/2015/06/29/the-scottish-national-party-and-independence-part-i-the-scottish-parliament/) As mentioned in the previous article, not is all well for Scotland
    • June 29, 2015

      The Scottish National Party and Independence (Part I): The Scottish Parliament


      The British General Elections saw several unexpected events: a Conservative-led majority government despite forecasts calling the polls close between the Tories and the Labour Party, the shocking decline of the Liberal Democrats, the sub-par
    • June 29, 2015

      The culture of development


      Development has turned into a race. A race of what country is able to increase its production in the largest magnitude and in the shortest period of time. Why? Because development is often considered to be the equivalent of economic growth;