Journalist and political scientist Dan Pavel was a reporter and editor of student magazines in the 1980s. A participant in the 1989 revolution, he was founder and deputy editor of Romania's first independent weekly magazine, 22--established in early January 1990 and published by the opposition Group for Social Dialogue--and of the quarterly political science journal Polis. He teaches political science at the Faculty of Political and Administrative Sciences at the University of Bucharest and is director of the Romanian office of the U.S.-based Project on Ethnic Relations. He is deputy editor of the monthly political science journal Sfera Politicii.

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