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The work argues that international factors have been a principal component of, and not always favourable to, democratization in eastern Europe. It examines in turn comparative perspectives, theories of democracy and democratization, problems on international security - including the collapse of Yugoslavia - and the roles of the EU and the former USSR. Also considered are the cases of the Czech Repbulic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland.
Geoffrey Pridham is professor of politics at the University of Bristol.
Release date NZ
April 24th, 1997
Edited by Eric Herring
Edited by Geoffrey Pridham
Edited by George Sanford
Introduction by Eric Herring
Introduction by Geoffrey Pridham
Introduction by George Sanford
Country of Publication
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
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