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Central and Southeast European politics since 1989 / edited by Sabrina Ramet (Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU)), Christine Hassenstab (Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU))

The challenge of transformation since 1989 : an introduction / Sabrina P. Ramet and Christine M. Hassenstab -- Post-socialist models of rule in Central and Southeastern Europe / Sabrina P. Ramet and F. Peter Wagner -- Media, journalism, and the third wave of democratization in former communist count... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 1664749500
Personen: Ramet, Sabrina P. [HerausgeberIn]
Hassenstab, Christine [HerausgeberIn]
Format: Book Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019
Edition: Second edition
Basisklassifikation: 89.90
15.90
15.70
15.74
RVK:

MG 80086: Politologie -- Politische Systeme einzelner Länder -- Europa, Nordamerika -- Osteuropa (ehem. Ostblock) -- Allgemeines -- Politischer Wandel (Tradition, Fortschritt, Reform, Konflikt, Krise, Revolution)

Subjects:

Post-communism (Europe, Central)

Post-communism (Balkan Peninsula)

Europe, Central (Politics and government, 1989-)

Balkan Peninsula (Politics and government, 1989-)

Notes: Includes bibliographical references
Physical Description: xxi, 618 Seiten, Karten.
ISBN: 978-1-108-71866-0

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520 |a The challenge of transformation since 1989 : an introduction / Sabrina P. Ramet and Christine M. Hassenstab -- Post-socialist models of rule in Central and Southeastern Europe / Sabrina P. Ramet and F. Peter Wagner -- Media, journalism, and the third wave of democratization in former communist countries / Peter Gross -- Economic reforms and the burdens of transition / Karl Kaser -- The war of Yugoslav succession / Marko Attila Hoare -- Poland since 1989 : muddling through, wall to wall / Konstanty Gebert -- Building democratic values in the Czech Republic since 1989 / Carol Skalnik Leff -- Slovakia since 1989 / Erika Harris and Karen Henderson -- Two faces of Hungary : from democratization to democratic backsliding / Andras Bozoki and Eszter Simon -- Slovenia since 1989 / Danica Fink-Hafner -- Politics in Croatia since 1990 / Sabrina P. Ramet and Ivo Goldstein -- Serbia and Montenegro since 1989 / Sabrina P. Ramet -- Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1991 / Florian Bieber -- Macedonia/North Macedonia since 1989 / Zachary T. Irwin -- Kosova : from resisting expulsion to building on independence / Frances Trix -- Romania : in the shadow of the past / Lavinia Stan -- Bulgaria since 1989 / Maria Spirova and Radostina Sharenkova-Toshkova -- Albania since 1989 : the Hoxhaist legacy / Bernd J. Fischer -- Regional security and regional relations / Rick Fawn -- The European Union and democratization in Central and Southeastern Europe since 1989 / Ulrich Sedelmeier -- Conclusion: Adapting to the 21st century : lessons, progress, and regression / Aurel Braun. 
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