East European Quarterly

A scholarly journal publishes articles in the disciplines of East European history, including its economics, politics, culture and history.

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring

Antitrinitarians in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania against Nonresistance, 1583
The earliest exponent of Antitrinitarianism in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth seems to have been Piotr of Goniadz, who brought this theology back to his native land in the mid-1550s after a lengthy stay abroad. Under the influence of the German-speaking...
Democracy in Croatia: Views from the Opposition
When a new country, such as Croatia, embarks on democracy, laying out the democratic system in a constitution is the easy task. Implementing and developing the system is much more difficult. Just how difficult is becoming increasingly evident to the...
Liberal Nationalism in Hungary, 1988-1990
This paper will examine a few important aspects of resurgent Hungarian nationalism before and after the collapse of communism in Central Europe. It will concentrate on attempts to join the Hungarian national cause with individual rights, parliamentary...
The War of Statistics: Traditional Recipes for the Preparation of the Macedonian Salad
Several reports by various International Organisations describing the situation of human rights in the Balkan have been publicised recently. Such reports on minorities and human rights hardly constitute a novelty nor are they the exclusive ideological...
Tito and the Nagy Affair in 1956
Four decades ago, the first major anti-Soviet uprising in Eastern Europe -- the 1956 revolution in Hungary -- took place. Many scholars writing about this event during the Cold War have operated more or less on the implicit assumption that the Soviet...