The Czech and Slovak Republics: Nation versus State

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Index
Abortion, 199-200
Action Program of the Communist Party, 1968, 57, 60, 65
Agrarian Party, 25, 32, 46
Agriculture, 7, 186-187, 189
after communism, 13, 50, 233, 260
under communism, 13, 50, 83
Albania, 66, 94, 170
Anti-Semitism, 113, 173. See also Jews
Arms production, 228-231
sales of, 69, 228-231
in Slovakia, 185, 229, 230-231, 238(n24)
Asian Tigers, as economic model, 181
Association of Slovak Workers, 152, 153, 195, 201, 203
Asylum. SeeMigration and Refugees
Austria, 22, 39, 154-155, 255, 261
Austria-Hungary (Habsburg Empire), 5, 7-8, 19-20, 34
Czech-Slovak experiences of contrasted, 7-8, 33, 35
"Authentic federation," 66, 129, 130
Banking, 52, 195-196
Bankruptcy laws, 52, 54, 182, 196, 197
Bavaria, and Sudeten Germans, 252
Benda, Václav, 90-91
Beneš, Edvard, 19, 30, 41
as foreign minister, 32, 39, 42
and Munich, 42-43
Beneš decrees, 169, 251, 252

See alsoGerman minority, Czechoslovakia, deportation and property seizure

Bohemia, 47, 111
environmental problems of, 12, 160, 203, 206, 277
and Sudeten Germans, 169, 252
Borders, international
changes in, 21-22, 39-40, 67, 166, 249
guarantees of, 226, 248
Bosnia-Hercegovina, 140, 141, 161
"Bourgeois nationalism," 50
Bratinka, Pavel, 264
Bratislava, 7, 15(n8), 80, 112, 157
Breweries, 191, 208(n18)
Brezhnev Doctrine, 64, 67
Bulgaria
after communism, 85, 94, 108, 167, 195, 203, 254
under communism, 51, 66
See alsoTransitions from communist rule
Bureaucracy, 33, 34, 52, 86, 135, 179-180, 186-187
Cabinet formation in parliamentary systems, 153

See also Klaus government; Mečiar government; Moravčík government

Čalfa, Marian, 82
Čarnogurský, Ján, 81, 85, 90, 102, 150
Ceauşescu, Nicolae, 77
Censorship, abolition of, 58, 59, 81, 112
Census, 27
Central European Free Trade Area (CEFTA), 264
Central European Initiative (CEI), 264
Chamberlain, Neville, 2
Charter 77, 61, 62, 63, 81, 85, 163, 206
China, 13, 231. See alsoTiananmen
Christian Democrats
in Czech Republic, 90, 97-98, 101, 161, 191, 225-226
in Slovakia, 90, 99, 102, 149, 151

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Tables and Maps xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Chronology xvii
  • Part 3 the International Dimensions of Domestic Transformation 211
  • 8 Domestic Reform and Integration with the West: the Triple Transition and International Relations 240
  • Selected Bibliography 281
  • About the Book and Author 283
  • Index 285
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