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Politics, Power and the Struggle for Democracy in South-East Europe

Politics, Power and the Struggle for Democracy in South-East Europe

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Part of Democratization and Authoritarianism in Post-Communist Societies

Bruce Parrott, Karen Dawisha, Leonard J. Cohen, Steven Burg, Nicholas John Miller, Sabrina Petra Ramet, Duncan M. Perry, Nicholas Pano, John D. Bell, Vladimir Tismaneanu
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  • Date Published: June 1997
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521597333

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  • Edited by two of the world's leading analysts of post communist politics, this book brings together distinguished specialists on Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia/Montenegro, Albania, Bulgaria, and Romania. The authors analyse the challenge of building democracy in the countries of the former Yugoslavia riven by conflict, and in neighboring states. They focus on oppositional activity, political cultures that often favour strong presidentialism, the role of nationalism, and basic socioeconomic trends. Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott provide theoretical and comparative chapters on post communist political development across the region. 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.

    • Focused study of democratization processes in the region, with all chapters written by leading authorities
    • Contains the latest information on political, economic, and social developments in all the countries, including focus on former Yugoslavia
    • Dawisha and Parrot are very successful and well-known editors, Russia and the New States of Eurasia (1994) has sold c. 8,000 copies
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    • Date Published: June 1997
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521597333
    • length: 496 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
    • weight: 0.72kg
    • contains: 49 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction: perspectives on postcommunist democratization Bruce Parrott
    2. Democratization and political participation: research concepts and methodologies Karen Dawisha
    Part I. The Former Yugoslavia:
    3. Embattled democracy: postcommunist Croatia in transition Leonard J. Cohen
    4. Bosnia-Hercegovina: a case of failed democratization Steven L. Burg
    5. A failed transition: the case of Serbia Nicholas J. Miller
    6. Democratization in Slovenia - the second stage Sabrina Petra Ramet
    7. The Republic of Macedonia: finding its way Duncan M. Perry
    Part II. Albania, Bulgaria and Romania:
    8. The process of democratization in Albania Nicholas Pano
    9. Democratization and political participation in 'postcommunist' Bulgaria John D. Bell
    10. Romanian exceptionalism? Democracy, ethnocracy and emerging pluralism in post-Ceausescu Romania Vladimir Tismaneanu.

  • Editors

    Karen Dawisha, University of Maryland, College Park

    Bruce Parrott, The Johns Hopkins University

    Contributors

    Bruce Parrott, Karen Dawisha, Leonard J. Cohen, Steven Burg, Nicholas John Miller, Sabrina Petra Ramet, Duncan M. Perry, Nicholas Pano, John D. Bell, Vladimir Tismaneanu

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