Developments in Central and East European Politics 3

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Stephen White, Judy Batt, Paul G. Lewis
Duke University Press, 2003 - 320 sivua
 

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Defining Central
3
Poland Frances Millard
23
The Czech Republic and Slovakia
41
Hungary Mark Pittaway
57
The Winding Retreat from
74
The Corrosive Effects of War
80
Shortcomings of the International Approach
87
Politics in Independent Ukraine
95
Political Parties Paul G Lewis
153
The Nature of the CEE Party Spectrum
160
Conclusion
172
Constitutional Engineering in Central
190
Managing Transition Economies
213
Class and Inequality
234
The Implications of EU Enlargement
253
Further Reading
290

Dilemmas and Choices
104
Conclusion
111
The
133
Parliaments and Representation
139

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Stephen White is the James Bryce Professor of Politics, a Senior Research Associate of the School of Central and East European Studies at Glasgow University, and a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Applied Politics in Moscow. White graduated from Trinity College Dublin with degrees in history and political science, and then completed a PhD in Soviet studies at Glasgow - including an exchange year at Moscow State University - and a DPhil in politics at Wolfson College Oxford. He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2010. Stephen White is the author of numerous articles and books on Soviet and Russian politics.

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