Reclaiming democracy : civil society and electoral change in central and eastern Europe

Other titles
  • Washington, D.C. The George Marshall Fund of the United States
Published
  • Washington, DC : The German Marshall Fund of the United States c2007
Physical description
253 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
  • 9788096963904 (pbk)
  • 8096963902 (pbk)
Notes
  • "ERSTE Stiftung."
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Pt. I: Cases: Ok '98: a campaign of Slovak NGOs for free and fair elections / Martin Bútora ; GLAS 99: Civil society preparing the ground for a Post-Tuđman Croatia / Sharon Fisher and Biljana Bijelić ; IZLAZ 2000: an exit to democracy in Serbia / Jelica Minić and Miljenko Dereta ; Enough! KMARA and the rose revolution in Georgia / Giorgi Kandelaki and Giorgi Meladze ; It's time! Pora and the orange revolution in Ukraine / Vladyslav Kaskiv, Iryna Chupryna, Yevhen Zolotariov -- Pt. II: Comparisons: Different authoritarianisms, distinct patterns of electoral change / Vitali Silitski ; Civic action and democratic power shifts: on strategies and resources / Pavol Demeš and Joerg Forbrig ; Youth and postcommunist electoral revolutions: never trust anyone over 30? / Valerie J. Bunce and Sharon L. Wolchik ; The economy and democratic change: the missing link? / Robin Shepherd ; Comparative perspectives on the fourth wave of democracy / Taras Kuzio ; Where next or what next? / Ivan Krastev.
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Illustrated
Language
  • English

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