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. 31, No. 4, January

Assessing the Implications of Political and Economic Reform in the Post-Socialist Era: The Case of Czech and Slovak Women
The collapse of socialism in late 1989 has propelled dramatic economic and political reforms for Central and Eastern European countries. A shift from command to market economies, democratization, and a rapprochement with Western nations typify recent...
Comparisons of Effects of Lending to Central European Countries
Introduction One of the as yet unresolved aspects of the planned unification within the European Union (EU) has been the full coordination of monetary systems and authorities, using a single currency and one central bank. A great amount of progress...
Development of Political Democracy and Political Party Pluralism in Serbia, 1903-1914
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is to analyze leading issues in the development of political democracy in Serbia in the decade before World War I. The main accent is on assessing the process of the growing importance of political parties...
Franjo Tudjman's Nationalist Ideology
INTRODUCTION The rise of Croatian nationalism in the 90s, is defined and directed by the Croatian national leader--Franjo Tudjman. Tudjman, the Croatian President, plays a crucial role in shaping national, internal and international policies;...
From Opposition to Government Coalition: Unity and Fragmentation within the Democratic Convention of Romania
INTRODUCTION Over the past eight years, there has developed an important literature on Eastern European party and parliamentary systems. This literature has examined the nature of these systems by creating party classifications or addressing...
Kennan's Long Telegram and NSC-68: A Comparative Theoretical Analysis
INTRODUCTION An attempt is made in this paper to examine in comparative perspective two official documents of great historic value from the point of their influence both on the onset of the Cold War, and on the shaping of the United States (US)...
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