Swiss Political Science Review From January, 2007 till December, 2010 the Swiss Political Science Review (SPSR) has been edited by Professor Daniele Caramani and his collaborators at the Institute of Political Science. SPSR is the only journal in the discipline that accepts manuscripts in English, French, and German. Abstracts are translated in all the three languages. The editorship rotates among political science departments in Switzerland. Three strategic choices were made from the beginning: We opted for strict multilingualism, international peer reviewing, and a broad thematic focus on issues that have a privileged link with Switzerland such as federalism, consocialism, and direct democracy. The type face was modernised and the Web page relaunched with many user-friendly features available in English, French and German. Last but not least, SPSR was made available at no cost beginning from July, 2007 according with a general trend in the field of academic publishing. During our editorship, the Journal Impact Factor raised from 0.146 (2007) to 0.892 (2010). Several articles were successfully nominated for the World Political Science Review (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010), re-published in edited volumes, or received awards from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation (2007, 2008, 2010). Special issues were published on: Deliberative Democracy (13/4, 2007) L'élection des femmes (14/4, 2008) Switzerland's Flexible Integration in the EU (15/4, 2009) Swiss National Elections 2007 (16/3, 2010) Vocational training in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland (16/4, 2010) Since January, 2011, SPSR has been published with Blackwell/Wiley. The editorship has been transferred to Professor Florence Passy (University of Lausanne) and Professor Cédric Dupont (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva).