3 edition of Contending conceptions of nation and state in postcommunist Russian politics found in the catalog.
Contending conceptions of nation and state in postcommunist Russian politics
Michael E. Urban
by Center for German and European Studies, University of California in Berkeley, CA
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael Urban.|
|Series||Working paper / Center for German and European Studies ;, 3.1, Working paper (University of California. Center for German and European Studies) ;, 3.1.|
|LC Classifications||JN6699.A795 U73 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||93200675|
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CONTENDING CONCEPTIONS OF NATION AND STATE IN POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIAN POLITICS Executive Summary by Michael E. Urban University of California at Santa Cruz This study concerns the struggle now under way within Russian political society to define a national identity for the new Russian state.
Accordingly, its focus falls on efforts to produce. It covers the era of "politics as crisis." 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.
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Religion, State and Society, Vol. 22, No. 1, Religion and Politics in Postcommunist Russia* STEPHEN WHITE, IAN McALLISTER and OL'GA KRYSHTANOVSKAYA The end of communist rule and of the USSR itself brought an end to the restrictions upon freedom of worship with which Russian religious believers had previously been obliged to contend.
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. The Communist State of RedCommunist is a gargantuan, safe nation, notable for its keen interest in outer space, daily referendums, and punitive income tax rates.
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Even when national politicians exhibit authoritarian tendencies, diffusion processes and targeted foreign aid help advance democratization at the subnational level in postcommunist states and other by: Communism’s Shadow: Post-Communist Legacies, Values and Behavior Abstract: Twenty years after the collapse of communism, a rough consensus in the literature on post-communist politics is that the past matters; many questions remain, however, about exactly how, when, and why the past matters, especially in terms of political values and Size: KB.
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Furthermore, that was all the more problematic that the postcommunist parties were rapidly and exclusively charged with running the public space and leading the state reform and, this way. some postcommunist countries for some time after "6 Yet, as they note, the worst nightmares that one could imagine from the Leninist legacy did not come to pass.
Against what they consider to be long odds, the countries of postcommunist East-Central Europe managed to reconstruct their damaged ships of state while still at sea. The Economics of Post-Communist Transition.
economy led to major change in politics, generations that remember the common state. In this context the Russian Federation holds a unique Author: Olivier Blanchard.
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WORLD POLITICS termined by the continuity in the internal integrity of the old regime elites and by the extent to which old regime elites retain access to their power resources. Three structural types of old regime elites emerged from the postcommunist transitions: consolidated, dispersed, and reformedCited by: So far in this book we have been concerned with politics in the sixteen communist and postcommunist states, and not to any significant extent with politics in the world outside them.
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