Political Development in Eastern Europe

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ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS

JAN F. TRISKA is Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Before coming to Stanford, he taught at Harvard, University of California at Berkeley, and Cornell University.

Dr. Triska has published widely on Soviet foreign policy, Soviet treaties and agreements, and East European politics. His most recent volume is Book 2, Volume 13, in the Monograph Series in World Affairs of the University of Denver, Political Development and Political Change in Eastern Europe (with Paul Johnson), 1976.

Professor Triska holds a J.U.D. from Charles University Law School in Prague, a J.S.D. from Yale Law School, and a Ph.D. in political science from Harvard.

PAUL COCKS is Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Lecturer in Political Science at Stanford University. Before coming to Stanford, he taught at Harvard University.

Specializing in Soviet domestic affairs, he is co-editor of The Dynamics of Soviet Politics ( 1976) and author of The Scientific-Technological Revolution and Soviet Politics(forthcoming). He also has written several book chapters and articles on comparative Communist systems.

Dr. Cocks holds an A.B. from Stanford as well as M.A. degrees in both Soviet and East Asian studies and a Ph.D. in political science from Harvard.

KENT BROWN received his A.B. in 1964 and M.A. in 1965 from the University of California at Davis. He did further graduate work at Berkeley and University of California at Los Angeles before entering the Foreign Service in 1966. His first overseas assignment was Panama, 1967-69, followed by a brief tour in Trinidad.

Mr. Brown spent the years 1970-73 as Consul and Political Officer at the American Embassy, Prague. After one year in the Department of State Operations Center in 1974, he was assigned to Stanford University as an advanced student in Soviet and East European Area Studies. At the same time he was extended an appointment as State Department Visiting Research Fellow by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Mr. Brown is presently Officer in Charge of Czechoslovak Affairs at the Department of State in Washington.

LENARD J. COHEN is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Simon Fraser University. His main field of interest is East European politics, especially Yugoslavia. He is coeditor of Communist Systems in Comparative Perspective ( 1974) and is currently working on a study of East European parliamentary

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