2 edition of Post-communist countries in the globalizing world found in the catalog.
Post-communist countries in the globalizing world
|Other titles||Post-kommunisticheskie strany v globalizui͡u︡shchemsi͡a︡ mire|
|Statement||edited by Konstantin Khudoley.|
|Contributions||Khudoleĭ, K. K., Sankt-Peterburgskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ universitet. Fakulʹtet mezhdunarodnykh otnosheniĭ.|
|LC Classifications||DK293 .P668 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2004466982|
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Post-communism is the period of political and economic transformation or " transition " in former communist states located in parts of Europe and Asia in which new.
During the time of the Soviet Union (–), communist countries could be found in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa. Some of these nations, like the People's Republic of China, were (and still are) global players in their own right.
Other communist countries, such as East Germany, were essentially satellites of the U.S.S.R. that played a significant role during Author: Matt Rosenberg.
emerged that analyzes political values and behavior in post-communist countries. As with analyses of other features of post-communist political systems, there is by now a strong consensus that post-communism did not simply represent a “tabula rasa” and thus it is important to take account of historical legacies.
in other Size: KB. Two decades of political, economic and social transformations in Eastern and Central Europe have produced outcomes that were hardly expected when the region emerged from communist rule.
Yet, these. GOVERNANCE IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD NTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is to summarize Joseph S. Nye’s and John D. Donahue’s book, Governance in a Globalizing World, by highlighting its main concepts. Part One: Trends in Globalization Chapter 1: Introduction Robert Keohane and Joseph Nye Globalization is changing the face of the world.
Globalising Democracy clearly shows what globalization means for domestic and international efforts to build effective political parties and competitive party systems in new and emerging democracies. Contrasting perspectives are presented through fresh case studies of European post-communist countries, Africa and Turkey.
Study design and methodology. I selected four diaspora cases —Ukrainian, Serbian, Albanian and Armenian—on a control variable—“competitive authoritarianism”—and an explanatory variable –“challenges to sovereignty of the homeland.” 3 All four diasporas have been linked to polities in the post-communist world that have demonstrated characteristics of a “competitive Cited by: paradoxical context of two opposite trends is discussed in the book – de-secularization as a part of post-communist liberalization with churches rising to a role of public actors after the decades of suppression and the spread of the post-secular order as one of the globalizing trends combined.
transition, the postcommunist countries have grown rapidly. Their citizens live richer, longer, and happier lives. In most regards they look today just like other countries at similar levels of economic development.2 They have become normal countries—and in some ways “better than normal.”File Size: KB.
Define post-communist. post-communist synonyms, post-communist pronunciation, post-communist translation, English dictionary definition of post-communist. Adj. Religion, Politics and Nation-Building in Post-Communist Countries gives a broad overview of the political importance of religion in the Post-Soviet space but its interest and relevance extends far beyond the geographical focus, providing examples of the challenges in the spheres of public, religious and social policy for all transitional.
Finally, inthe book presents the clear outlines of new political systems and post-Communist politics as they took professionals, students and others interested in Eastern European politics. About the Author. Karen Henderson is a lecturer in East European Politics at the University of Leicester.
Economic Nationalism in a Globalizing World demonstrates the enduring, and even heightened, economic significance of national identities and nationalism in the current age. The volume's contributors, pioneers in the reinterpretation of economic nationalism, explore diverse ways in which national identities and nationalism continue to shape Pages: Economic Nationalism in a Globalizing World answers that call." (Mark Blyth, The Johns Hopkins University, author of Great Transformations: Economic Ideas and Institutional Change in the Twentieth Century) "The authors in this rich volume demonstrate that economic nationalism and globalization not only can but do : $ Democratization in a Globalizing World.
deﬁ ned as countries in the upper quartile of the Polity IV democracy-autocracy scale; with democratization in post-communist Europe. This book presents a review of the problems of transformation as well as the results of implementation of the financial-currency policy in the post-communist countries.
It contains characteristics of alternative circumstances of implementation of the financial policy and the conclusions on their possible transformation. The Cuban Revolution in all of its glory is one of the most well-known events in the history of the Americas.
Today, Cuba remains the only Communist country outside of Asia, since its revolution in Fidel Castro has continued to be the single-party ruler of the small Caribbean island since the date of the revolution’s success in the s. Innovations and Entrepreneurs in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies xi Clarke in Russia immediately after the fall of Communism (Clarke).
After the economic models of post-socialist transition can be broadly classified into two large groups. Providing comprehensive insights into the parties and party systems of post-communist EU member states within the framework of each country's specific conditions and developments, this volume examines in particular the cases of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.
The book concentrates on three main themes: ideological 5/5(1). “[World on Fire] makes for compelling reading and sounds a sobering warning that should be heeded by all supporters and critics of globalization.” — Milwaukee Journal–Sentinel “A profound book, written in plain English, and challenging the very foundations of some glib—and dangerous—assumptions behind American foreign policy.
Ausra Park is an associate professor of international relations. She received her Ph.D. in International Studies from the University of South Carolina (Columbia) and has taught students at Simmons College (in Boston, MA) and at Davidson College (Davidson, NC) during the period of.
False oppositions: reconceptualizing economic nationalism in a globalizing world \/ Andreas Pickel -- 1. Nationalism and international political economy in Eurasia \/ Rawi Abdelal -- 2.
The return to Eurasia: Russia\'s identity and geoeconomic choices in the Post-Soviet world \/ Andrei P. Tsygankov -- 3. Nova breaks out all their books into the following topics. Each topic will contain all the books that have been published in the current year.
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For 90 percent of the world's countries, this peripheral status is actually a quite normal state of affairs. But for Russia, it is something new and disturbing. This sense of marginalization means that Russia is seen as a source of instability in the international system, since outsiders fear it may take drastic steps in a bid to restore what Cited by: 6.
Post-Communist Economies is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering economics in post-communist countries. It was established in as Communist Economies and renamed as Communist Economies and Economic Transformation inbefore obtaining its current name in It covers economic institutions, policies, and performance of ex-communist line: Economics.
The Problems for Post-Communist Countries in the Context of the European Union pressures on the central bankers of the various countries (e.g. Balcerowicz) this is probably good, since as long as the Maastricht rules are in force, the scourge of inflation is more likely to remain under control.
But perhaps a commitment to free currency exchangeFile Size: KB. Western politicians, pundits, and the public were wholly unprepared for the violent conflicts erupting in eastern and central Europe and the former Soviet Union after the end of the Cold War.
Post Communist Economies | Citations: | Post-Communist Economies is the new title for Communist Economies and Economic Transformation (originally just Communist Economies). After ten years of. Samenvatting ‘The globalization of world politics’ Introduction.
The attack on the world trade center on 11 September is a clear example of globalization because: The event was observed all over the world. The world trade center was not attacked by a state but by a transnationalgroup claiming to be based in over 50 countries. democracy is lagging behind all the other regions.
Thus, post-communist countries can claim both the best and the worst record of transition from authoritarianism to democracy. East European Politics and Societies 9 Figure 1.
Economic transformations and political rights in post-communist countries, 7 Poland Slovenia Uzbekistan Ukraine File Size: KB. Suggested Citation:"Research Priorities for Post-Communist Economies."National Research Council. Transforming Post-Communist Political gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / In the two decades since the overthrow of authoritarian socialist regimes, the countries of this region have struggled with their recent past. Debates around history and memory in the post-socialist period have predominantly focused on the Second World War, the Holocaust and various inter-war periods of by: 2.
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concept in world history. Only the attempt of post-communist countries to imbide structures and institutions already existing in Occident is new; the model of transforming a socialist society into a capitalist society is also new. The term of „transition” is preferred to the term “change”, which induces stress to old members of.
A quarter century after the collapse of communism, the data show that radical reform worked, democratization tended to precede market reforms, visionary leaders made a difference, and that post.
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– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). The countries and businesses prepared for this new every-country-for-itself ethic are those that will prevail; those shackled to the status quo will find themselves lost in the new world disorder.
Smart, interesting, and essential reading, Disunited Nations is a sure-to-be-controversial guidebook that analyzes the emerging shifts and resulting.
Articles on post-communist countries Displaying all articles Cubans record a street musician’s performance at an internet hotspot along the seafront in Havana, J The “Elite” class does not trust people and uses Electoral College in US.
The working man is the same in US, Russia, China, or wherever it is Democratic countries like Canada, Germany, Denmark are prime examples of Socialism in action. Democracy with figureheads are used just as effectively in the Western world.
About Globalization 11 • Diversity in a Globalizing World 13 The Geographer's Toolbox: Location, Maps, Remote More and Less Developed Countries 35 • Indicators of Economic Post-communist Economies File Size: KB. Get this from a library! Memory, conflict and new media: Web wars in post-socialist states.
[Ellen Rutten; Julie Fedor; V V Zvereva;] -- "This book examines the online memory wars in post-Soviet states - where political conflicts take the shape of heated debates about the recent past, and especially World War II and Soviet socialism.TABLE 1 Trade Liberalization in the Post-Communist World, Degree of trade liberalization Frequency Percentage Extensive liberalization Some liberalization 21 No liberalization 24 Total Note: These figures are based on annual data for twenty-five post-Communist countries compiled by the EBRD ().
A country.What lessons can be learnt from 'developed' countries that might be useful for developing and emerging economies? With an emphasis on long-term growth and development, this book provides historical accounts of the development strategies of a select set of advanced countries.
Each case study typically presents the country's 'successes' and the root causes of those .