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Published by Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Congressional Research Service, with the assistance of the Institute of East-West Studies, For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Former Soviet republics
    • Subjects:
    • Economic assistance, East European -- Congresses.,
    • Economic assistance -- Former Soviet republics -- Congresses.,
    • Legislative bodies -- Europe, Eastern -- Congresses.,
    • Legislative bodies -- Former Soviet republics -- Congresses.,
    • Europe, Eastern -- Economic policy -- 1989- -- Congresses.,
    • Former Soviet republics -- Economic policy -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn P. Hardt ... [et al.].
      ContributionsHardt, John Pearce., United States. Congress. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe., Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service., Institute for EastWest Studies., Central and Eastern European Interparliamentary Seminar (1991 : Budapest, Hungary)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC244 .P283 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 234 p. ;
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL607913M
      ISBN 100160528321
      LC Control Number96203453
      OCLC/WorldCa19960816

      It is simplest to recede into such an ego-less condition by the means of alcohol. What a day! Bingen, Dieter. And it just happens to be part of that picture to acknowledge that the West profited from the way in which reunification took place. Transforming Europe.

      The Common Agricultural Policy. People retreated into short-term survival strategies, put up with the changes, but did not, and still do not, have the strength, or perhaps even the chance, to grow up into a cohort of responsible citizens. Rather than view democracy from a legalistic standpoint, Marga argued that Central and Eastern European societies need to adopt democracies as a way of life through the evolution of political culture. Bunce, Valerie.

      Show Comments. A world in which he who is the stronger is the master. Central planners in these states therefore had to either find ways to sell products that would generate earnings in hard currencies like the Dollar or the Deutschmark, or they had to raise prices on goods and services at home, which often led to discontent among the population. This wave laid bare the contrast between two European approaches. These days, though, holy causes have either faded or vanished altogether, and nowadays even evil powers have pulled on velvet gloves over their claws, presenting themselves as so smooth and polite that it is hard to get any purchase on them.


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One thereby regresses into an earlier, more defenceless, more helpless state, flapping and dashing around like a terrified horde of monkeys. Parliamentary responsibility for economic transition in Central and Eastern Europe book suggested that a clear distinction should be drawn between pluralism and democracy.

Maciej Ruczaj and Maciej Szymanowski, eds. So in the struggle against the populists, we need a discussion about power — instead of morality and abstract values: the power of the market over politics, the West over the East, the centres over the peripheries. Nevertheless, there are some exceptions based on sociopolitical and cultural differences.

Considering the dilapidated state of socialist economies, the issue was how to build democracies atop an economic disaster. As I mentioned above, the transformation was, from the outset, slower than was required and that was possible.

With the exception of the northern third of the continent, Europe is densely populated. Between the mountainous Scandinavian peninsula in the north and the Alpine chain in the south lie the Central European Uplands surrounded by the great European plain, stretching from the Atlantic coast of France to the Urals.

He drew a new line along the Volgafollowing the Volga north until the Samara Bendalong Obshchy Syrt the drainage divide between Volga and Ural and then north along Ural Mountains. This approach then found its counterpart among the reformers inside the system who envisaged the separation of the Hungarian Communist Party from the state.

Baden-Baden: Nomos, These days, though, holy causes have either faded or vanished altogether, and nowadays even evil powers have pulled on velvet gloves over their claws, presenting themselves as so smooth and polite that it is hard to get any purchase on them.

Dokumente von bis It is less common for politicians to take up concepts first elaborated by political science. The big regression Psychologists speak about regression as being a pathological process, so I am informed, when people are unable to cope with themselves or the world, and as a defence they revert to a chronologically earlier e.

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Peripheral market economies are those in the South-Eastern Europe and the Baltic states. Prospects are also improving in Ukraine. And disappointed hopes and inequality constitute the ideal breeding ground for the rise of populism, nationalism and of authoritarian thinking.

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But the Hungarian buffalo has just slithered back on the slippery bank into the swirling current in which alligators are still lying in wait. Calleo, David P. These water divides extend with a few relatively small interruptions compared to the aforementioned mountain ranges from the Turkish straits running into the Mediterranean Sea to the upper part of the Ob River that drains into the Arctic Ocean.

The sexual revolution of the s, for instance, was undoubtedly a liberation, a breaking through of the barriers behind which Western civilisation had inordinately repressed sexual desire. Beyond any considerations of systematic research, an examination and determination of these attempted interpretations is important because they circulate unrestrainedly and ramble perilously in the general consciousness and public discourse.

Regime change In part through internal prompting, in part under strong external pressure, Hungary in set about transforming its system of state socialism and crumbling planned economy into a democratic political system and open market economy.

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