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The collapse of communism in Eastern Europe in 1989 is seen as the classic case of democratic diffusion. Since then, there has been a proliferation of studies which have examined the international-level or external causes of democracy (Pridham, Herring, and Sanford 1997; Zielonka and Pravda 2001;Schraeder 2003). These have generally fit into two categories: democracy promotion and diffusion.
This is the second volume in a two-volume series of books on democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe. The aim is to contrast a set of democracy theories with empirical evidence accumulated in Eastern Europe over the last ten years. The first volume focused on the issue of institutional engineering. Instead it seeks to establish what has really happened in the region, and which of the existing theories are helpful in explaining these developments. The volume is divided into two parts.
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Home Browse Books Book details, Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe. This is the second volume in a two-volume series of books on democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe. 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 two other volumes in the series deal with (a) institutional engineering and (b) civil society and democratic orientations within Eastern Europe.
This is the second volume in a twovolume series on democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe
This is the second volume in a twovolume series on democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe. The series focuses on three major aspects of democratic consolidation in Eastern Europe: institutional engineering, transnational pressures, and civil society. This volume analyses the external parameters of democratic consolidation in 13 European countries: how different international actors and various economic, cultural, and security types of transnational pressures have shaped democratic politics in the region.
Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe. Vol. 2: International and Transnational Factors. Paradoxes of European Foreign Policy. The Hague, London & Boston: Kluwer Law International, 1998), 171 pp.
The second considers the impact of international factors. Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe, Volume I: Institutional Engineering. These two volumes are part of a massive project attempting to judge the fit between theories of democracy and the democratic experience in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.