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Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe

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Published by East European Monographs .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: from c 1900 -,
  • European studies,
  • Marxism & Communism,
  • 20th century,
  • Political Ideologies - Democracy,
  • Eastern Europe - General,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Central Europe,
  • Eastern Europe,
  • Political Process - General,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Political Science / Democracy,
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Democratization,
  • Case studies,
  • Europe, Central

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8133882M
    ISBN 100880334711
    ISBN 109780880334716

      Democratic Transition in the Muslim World convenes leading scholars to consider the implications of democratic success in Tunisia and failure in Egypt in comparative perspective. Alongside case studies of Indonesia, Senegal, and India, contributors analyze similarities and differences among democratizing countries with large Muslim populations. conference ‚Perspectives of Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe™, in Tallinn, • November , • First Annual Conference of Estonian Social Sciences, inTallinn, November , Co-operations: Participation in international comparative research projects: • State-Society Relations in the Baltic States. This session seeks to review and rethink the debate about ‘democratic backsliding’ in Central and Eastern Europe. There is now an emerging literature on the problems of democratic development encountered by Central and Eastern European (CEE) states joining the EU in , conventionally labelled ‘democratic backsliding’.Author: Daniel Brett.   Social and political crisis intensifies in eastern Europe By Markus Salzmann 7 April Last year, a broad consensus of politicians and Author: Markus Salzmann.

    THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS IN THE CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY IN POST-COMMUNIST EASTERN EUROPE 5 of how pressing their needs may be, political forces must be willing to subject their interests to the verdict of representative institutions.”4 Namely, this has been considered one of the major criteria of successfully completed democratisation, when .


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Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe by Dirk Berg-Schlosser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Perspectives on democratic consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe. [Dirk Berg-Schlosser; Raivo Vetik;] -- This volume consists of twenty studies on problems related to "transition to democracy" in central and eastern Europe during the decade following the collapse of communist states.

The book focuses on. Edited by two leading analysts of post-communist politics, this book brings together distinguished specialists on the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.

The authors analyze the patterns of postcommunist democratization in these countries, paying particular attention to the process of party formation, electoral politics, 5/5(1). This study of international and transnational pressures on post-communist countries is one of three books prepared within the Project on Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe.

the European University Institute in Florence and its Research Council sponsored the project. the two other volumes in the series deal with (a) institutional engineering and (b) civil society and. Women and Democracy offers a unique look at the political experiences of women in two regions of the world—Latin America and Eastern and Central Europe—which have moved from authoritarian to democratic regimes.

At first glance, the roles and attitudes of these women appear to be similar. Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe book book makes the case that the differences are 3/5(1).

The State of Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe brings together scholars specialising in the study of Central and Eastern Europe, and provides a comprehensive analysis of some of the major issues in the democratic make-up of the EU’s new member states.

The book covers the main dimensions of t. The region of Central and Eastern Europe remains a mystery that needs further inspection and analysis.

Thankfully, the fourth edition gathers the best scholars on this region to help the reader better understand not only the recent historical changes but also contemporary politics.

The book is a must-have for anyone interested in this part of 5/5(1). Democratic consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe: The role of civil society The main question of the article is the connection between democratic.

Reassessing Democratic Consolidation in Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe book and Eastern Europe and the Role of the EU Article (PDF Available) in Europe Asia Studies 66(6). Read The Impact of the ECHR on Democratic Change in Central and Eastern Europe: Judicial Perspectives.

Prospects for Democratic Consolidation in East-Central Europe Corneliu Bjola 1 Journal of International Relations and Development volume 7, Author: Corneliu Bjola. a concept of democratic consolidation that Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe book people’s political attitudes and values has a Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe book forecasting potential than minimalist concepts that understand this form of legitimation as the suspiciously tau-tological baggage of transformation research based on systems theory.

Degrees of Consolidation in Eastern Europe3. Morlino, "Political Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Southern Europe," in: Richard Gunther, P. Nikiforos Diamandouros, and Hans-Jürgen Puhle, eds. The Politics of Democratic Consolidation: Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective, (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ), File Size: KB.

Economic slowdown and a refugee influx have rattled Europe deeply, and some countries seem to have had enough. Eastern Europe is shunning liberal democracy – but it'll come back in the end EditionsAuthor: John Shattuck.

On Jthe U.S. Helsinki Commission held a briefing on “Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe: Renewing the Promise of Democratic Transitions.” This briefing followed a series of roundtable discussions and other events earlier in the year relating to this region, demonstrating the Helsinki Commission’s interest in Central and.

In the beginning of the s, countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) transferred from socialist regimes into liberal democratic systems. On one hand, in terms of politics, this was a transition from an authoritarian to a democratic society, and on the other hand, in terms of economy, this was a transition from centrally planned economy Author: Pero Maldini, Davorka Vidović.

Subject: Democratic consolidation Subjects: Democratic consolidation The countries of Central and Eastern Europe have been struggling to devise approaches to political economy that can bring stability, prosperity, and a measure of equality.

Get this from a library. Democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe. Vol. 2, International and transnational factors. [Jan Zielonka; Alex Pravda;] -- Part of a series of books on democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe, this second volume provides a country by country examination of the specific experience of the democratic transitions.

Table of Contents. Introduction Support for Democracy and Autocracy in Eastern Europe Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Dieter Fuchs, Susanne Fuchs, and Jan Zielonka. Part I Comparative Perspectives. Chapter 1 Democratic Communities in Europe: A Comparison between East and West Dieter Fuchs and Hans-Dieter Klingemann.

Chapter 2 East European Value Systems in. This major book analyzes recent transitions to democracy and market-oriented economic reforms in Eastern Europe and Latin America.

Drawing in a quite distinctive way on models derived from political philosophy, economics, and game theory, Professor Przeworski also considers specific data on individual by: Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation contains the first systematic comparative analysis of the process of democratic consolidation in southern Europe and the southern cone of South America, and it is the first book to ground post-Communist Europe within the literature of comparative politics and democratic theory/5(89).

Abstract. After transition from communist rule, the new democracies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) faced major political challenges. Governing coalitions had to be built in a context of fragmented and fl uid party systems, executive politics had to be organized professionally in view of exogenous problem pressure, and a new political elite had to be Author: Florian Grotz, Till Weber.

This book will provide students and scholars with detailed analysis by leading authorities, plus the latest research data on recent political and economic developments in each country. Reviews ‘ the utility of the volume lies in its high quality and well-informed descriptions of key aspects of the democratisation process in a large.

gration of a state, they can impede democratic consolidation as is the case in Estonia and Latvia (Linz and Stepan ; Pettai ).

To learn more about the prospects of democracy in Central and Eastern Europe we must study nationhood as one central issue of democratic consolidation in this region.

(). Communist nostalgia and the consolidation of democracy in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics: Vol. 21, Cited by: Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation contains the first systematic comparative analysis of the process of democratic consolidation in southern Europe and the southern cone of South America, and it is the first book to ground post-Communist Europe within the literature of comparative politics and democratic theory/5(3).

Transitions to Democracy is divided into five parts: liberal democracy. conceptual issues for regime change; theoretical and comparative interpretations of transition and authoritarian collapse; national case-studies in the three areas of Southern Europe, Latin America and Eastern Europe; the international context of transition; and, looking towards democratic consolidation.

Similar Items. Crafting democracy regional politics in post-communist Europe / by: Yoder, Jennifer A. Published: () The break-up of Communism in East Germany and Eastern Europe / by: Kupferberg, Feiwel, Published: () The liberal project and the transformation of democracy the case of East Central Europe / by: Ramet, Sabrina P., Published: ().

Central-Eastern European Semi-Democratic reform laggards, Romania and Bulgaria, have more in common with the successful democratizers of the CIS, Ukraine and Georgia, than with the Central-Eastern European Democratic rapid reformers: Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and the three Baltic by: ASSESSING DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATIO N IN CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE: THE EUROPEAN DIMENSION Geoffrey Pridham University of Bristol, UK Paper for European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), University of Granada, AprilWorkshop on The Performance of Democracy in Central & Eastern Europe.

Since their classic volume The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes was published inJuan J. Linz and Alfred Stepan have increasingly focused on the questions of how, in the modern world, nondemocratic regimes can be eroded and democratic regimes crafted.

In Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation, they break new ground in numerous areas/5. Linz, Juan, Alfred Stepan and Richard Gunther () ‘ Democratic Transition and Consolidation in Southern Europe, with Reflections on Latin America and Eastern Europe ’, in Richard Gunther, Nikiforos Diamandouros and Hans-Jürgen Puhle (eds), The Politics of Democratic Consolidation: Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective, Baltimore.

xii NATO’s Eastern Agenda in a New Strategic Era At the same time, NATO needs to ensure that the first three Central European allies, as well as those invited to join at Prague, continue to modernize their military forces and make them interoperable with those of NATO.

This is particularly relevant in the case of those. The `Third Wave' of Democracy in Eastern Europe: Comparative Perspectives on Party Roles and Political Development D.

and E. Roller () `Cultural Conditions of the Transition to Liberal Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe', in S. Barnes and in G. Pridham (ed.) Securing Democracy: Political Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Cited by: Democratization (or democratisation) is the transition to a more democratic political regime, including substantive political changes moving in a democratic may be the transition from an authoritarian regime to a full democracy, a transition from an authoritarian political system to a semi-democracy or transition from a semi-authoritarian political system to a democratic.

Democratic Governance in the Central and Eastern European Countries: Challenges and a volume composed of “the best papers”, this year we have been concerned princi-pally that the papers are, first, of high quality and, second, that they fit within the general theme of the conference and this book.

Consequently, a number of very. DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE- SLOVENIA IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Cameron Paul Broten Bachelor of Arts, University of Saskatchewan, PROJECT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS In the Department of Political.

Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe is at a crossroads, as citizens across the region protest autocratic over-reach in elections, the judiciary, and media, signaling widespread disaffection with political institutions.

External threats to democratic development – disinformation principal among them –exacerbates this challenge. What is the relationship between democracy and political culture in countries undergoing major systemic change.

Have subjective political orientations of citizens been important in shaping the development of democracy in central and eastern Europe after the fall of. Elites and Democratic Consolidation in Latin America and Southern Europe (Paperb Elites and Democratic $ and Consolidation Democratic Elites (Paperb in Europe and America Latin Southern Southern Latin America and in Europe Consolidation and.

DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN EASTERN EUROPE WOLFGANG MERKEL 1. Introduction This contribution seeks to bring together two strands of an argument that have as yet been insufficiently connected: research into consolidation of democracy and the concept(s) of civil society.

While there has been rigorous theoretical consideration and empirical. Zeilonka ed., Democratic Consolidation pdf Eastern Europe Vol. 2, pp. F. Steves, “Poland and the International System: External Influences on Democratic Consolidation,” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 34 (3),(September ), pp.

During the period of actually existing socialism, Central Europe was simultaneously the eastern periphery of the capitalist world-system and the western periphery of the Soviet bloc.

Following the transition, it transformed itself into a unique amalgam of postcolonialism (vis-a&#;-vis the Pages: Capitalism and Democracy in Central and Eastern Ebook Protest and Democratic Consolidation in Poland (, with Jan Kubik). Stephen E. Hanson is the Boeing International Professor in the Depart- - Capitalism and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe:File Size: KB.