Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe - Vol. 2

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Index
Albania, see also Macedonia 47 , 50 , 96 , 516
Albright, M. 350 , 404
Almond, G. 5
Anderson, N. 434
Andreff, W. 97
Antall, J. 286 , 287-8 , 296-7 , 298 , 300-1 , 303
Arbatov, A. 498
Bäckman, J. 199
Balcerowicz, L. 84 , 97
(The) Balladur Plan 305 , 306
Baltic Assembly 68
Baltic States, see also Estonia ; Latvia
Council of Europe 268-9
EU 269-71
OSCE 266-8
redemocratization 260-1 , 261-2
Barents Euro-Artic Council/region 69 , 71-2 , 73
Békesi, L. 291
Belarus see also Lukashenka, A.
authoritarianism, return to since 1994 455-6 , 480
Belarussian Liberation Army 480
elite, outlooks of 478 , 482
ethnic mobilization, weakness of 456
Eurasian orientation 467 , 476-7
EU membership 482
international organisations and Western countries
lack of influence of 466-7 , 481 , 482
Lukashenka regime:
(as) authoritarian 479-80
foreign policy 481
hostility to the West 481-2
ideology, lack of 479
media, suppression of 480
popularity of 481
Russified outlook of 476-7 , 478
(as) Sultanistic 478-9 , 480
Popular Front 480 , 484
'return to Europe', support for 477
(and) Russia 467-9 , 477
Soviet nostalgia 462 , 467 , 476
Bentham, J. 59
Berend, I. T. 287
Berezovsky, B. 64
Berisha, S. 47 , 56
Bhagwati, J. 101
Black Sea Economic Cooperation Zone 69
Bokros, L. 291
Bollen, K. A. 87
Bosch, H. 371
Bradley, B. 497
Breslauer, G. W. 458-9
Brzezinski, Z. 381
Bulgaria, see also Bulgaria and Macedonia
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) 421
democratic consolidation 415
democratic transition 416 , 428
EU 429-30 , 430-1 , 436
EU and NATO membership 430
glasnost and perestroika 415 , 425
historical orientation 419-20
(and) image in the West 420
Independent Society for Defence of Human Rights 427
Movements for Rights and Freedoms 418 , 430
NATO 429-30 , 430-1 , 436
(the) state, stability of 417 , 418
Russia/Soviet Union 420-1 , 428-30
Turkey 426
Turks and Muslims in 418 , 426-8 , 430
Union of Democratic Forces 416 , 428

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Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Oxford Studies in Democratization ii
  • Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures ix
  • List of Tables x
  • List of Contributors xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I Comparative Perspectives 30
  • 1: Western Actors and the Promotion of Democracy 31
  • 2: Regionalization and Democratic Consolidation 58
  • 3: The Impact of External Economic Factors 76
  • 4: International Security and Democracy Building 112
  • 5: The Internationalization of Ethnic Strife 139
  • 6: International Migration and the Consolidation of Democracy 163
  • Appendix 191
  • 7: Crime, Corruption, and Politics 192
  • Appendix: the Surveys 250
  • Part II National Perspectives 256
  • 9: Estonia and Latvia 257
  • 10: Hungary 281
  • 11: Poland 311
  • 12: The Czech Republic 325
  • 13: Slovakia 363
  • 14: Building Democracy in Romania 383
  • 15: Bulgaria and Macedonia 413
  • 16: Former Yugoslavia 437
  • 17: Belarus and Ukraine 455
  • 18: Russia and the West 485
  • 19: Conclusions 511
  • Select Bibliography 533
  • Index 542
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