The European Union and Democratization

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Index

a
Abikis, Dzintars 44 , 49 - 50
Albania 3 , 137 , 138
Albright, Madeline 42
Algeria 174 , 179 , 183 , 184 , 191
Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal 111 , 118 , 126

b
Badinter Commission 141
Bahceli, Devlet 124 -5
Berzino, Indulis 48
Birkavs, Valdis 37 , 41 , 45 -6
Birkelbach Report 8 , 116
Blair, Anthony 41
Bosch, Herbert 67 -8, 70 -2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 136 , 137 , 140 -1, 145

c
Ceaucescu, Nicolae 89 - 91
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union 117
Checkel, Jeffrey 6 , 14 , 16 , 48 , 163 , 165 , 211
Chrisopher, Warren 35
Ciorbea, Victor 99 - 101
Clinton, William 42 , 100
Common Security and Foreign Policy 116
Commonwealth of Independent States(CIS) 150
conditionality 4 , 7 , 17 - 19 , 198 - 200 , 202 , 210 -14;
see also under individual countries
Constantinescu, Emil 95 , 99 - 103 , 106 -7, 205
contagion effect 1 , 4 - 6
control, as means for democratization 4 - 5
convergence 4 , 6 - 7 , 12 - 13 , 198 -9, 210 -12;
see also under individual countries
Copenhagen Criteria 1 , 4 , 7 , 18 , 21 , 111 , 117 , 127 , 160 , 167
Council for Security and Cooperation inEurope (CSCE):
see Organization forSecurity and Cooperation in Europe(OSCE)
Council of Europe:
in Croatia 132 ;
in Latvia 30 -8;
in Ukraine 153 , 155 , 163 -4, 167
Croatia 24 , 132 -49, 207 -8;
attraction of Europe 135 , 144 ;
conditionality in 145 , 207 -8;
convergence in 144 -5;
declaration of independence 139 , 141 ;
democratic shortcomings 137 ;
EU aid to 136 -8;
EUdemocratization efforts 144 -6;
EUdiplomacy during war 139 -43;
"gray zone" democracy, as 207 ;
membership in EU 138 ;
nationalismin 144 -6, 207 ;
public opinion 144 ;
Stabilization and Association Agreement 137 -8;
post-Tudjmangovernment 132 , 138
cultural match 13 - 14 , 199 , 202 ;
see also under individual countries
Czech Republic 2 , 10 , 12 , 22

d
Dayton Accord 145
democratic consolidation 21 -2
Dzurinda, Mikulas 63 , 69

e
Egypt 174 , 184 , 191
Erbakan, Necmettin 114 , 126
Erdogan, Recep 126
Estonia 10 , 22
Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) 16 , 175 , 180 , 184 -7, 192
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 9 , 105 , 144

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