Rebirth: A Political History of Europe since World War II

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membership in a larger Europe. Most countries remained somewhere between these two extremes, still struggling but doing relatively well in light of the difficult legacies they had to overcome. There was no more utopia, only the slow, difficult, and seemingly never-ending work of building new institutions and societies.


Suggested Readings

General

Ash, T. G., The Magic Lantern: The Revolutions of '89 Witnessed in Warsaw, Budapest, Berlin, and Prague ( 1990).

Black, C. E. (ed.), Challenge in Eastern Europe ( 1954).

Brown, J. F., Hopes and Shadows: Eastern Europe After Communism ( 1994).

Brzezinski, Z., The Soviet Bloc, rev. ed. ( 1967).

Charlton, M., The Eagle and the Small Birds: Crisis in the Soviet Empire from Yalta to Solidarity ( 1984).

Dawisha, K., Eastern Europe, Gorbachev and Reform: The Great Challenge ( 1988).

Drakulic, S., The Balkan Express: Fragments from the Other Side of War ( 1993).

Gati, C. (ed.), The Politics of Modernization in Eastern Europe ( 1974).

Hoffman, E., Exit into History: A Journey Through the New Eastern Europe ( 1993).

Linden, R. H., Bear and Foxes: The International Relations of the East European States ( 1979).

Lovenduski, J., and J. Woodall, Politics and Society in Eastern Europe ( 1987).

Rakowska-Harmstone, T., and A. Gyorgy (eds.), Communism in Eastern Europe, 2d ed. ( 1984).

Rosenberg, T., The Haunted Land: Facing Europe's Ghosts After Communism ( 1996).

Sodaro, M. J., and S. L. Wolchik (eds.), Foreign and Domestic Policy in Eastern Europe in the 1980s ( 1983).

Stokes, G., The Walls Came Tumbling Down: The Collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe ( 1993).

Terry, S. M. (ed.), Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe ( 1985).

Woodward, S., Balkan Tragedy: Chaos and Dissolution After the Cold War ( 1995).


Albania

Biberaj, E., Albania and China: A Study of an Unequal Alliance ( 1986).

Frasheri, K., The History of Albania: A Brief Survey ( 1964).

Halliday, J. (ed.), The Artful Albanian: The Memoirs of Enver Hoxha ( 1986).

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