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by Michael Mandelbaum

eBook Post-Communism: Four Perspectives ePub
Author: Michael Mandelbaum
Language: English
ISBN: 0876091869
ISBN13: 978-0876091869
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations Press; 1st Printing edition (February 1, 1996)
Pages: 216
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 899
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ePub file: 1908 kb
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How have the 27 countries that emerged from communist rule between 1989 and 1992 fared since then? This book offers distinctive perspectives.

How have the 27 countries that emerged from communist rule between 1989 and 1992 fared since then? This book offers distinctive perspectives.

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This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single most important social, political .

This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single most important social, political, and economic development of the last decade of the twentieth century. He interprets the pathologies of post-communism as being rooted in the weakness of governments across post-communist Eurasia.

How have the 27 countries that emerged from communist rule between 1989 and 1992 fared since then? This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single most important social, political, and economic development of the last decade of the twentieth century.

Gregory F. Treverton (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 September 2012.

Michael Mandelbaum (born 1946) is the Christian A. Herter Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies. He has written 10 books on American foreign policy and. He most recently authored Mission Failure: America and the World in the Post-Cold War Era. Mandelbaum earned a PhD in political science from Harvard University

Post-Communism: Four Perspectives The book offers insights into what is arguably the most important social.

Post-Communism: Four Perspectives. New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1996. After seventy-two years, in 1989 communism dissolved before the astonished eyes of the world. Michael Mandelbaum, a Council on Foreign Relations fellow and a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, brings together the perspectives of four leading economists and political scientists in this valuable work. The book offers insights into what is arguably the most important social, political, and economic development of the past several decades: the demise of the Soviet bloc and of communism in Eastern Europe.

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This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single .

This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single most important social, political, and ecomic development of the last decade of the twentieth century.

How have the 27 countries that emerged from communist rule between 1989 and 1992 fared since then? This book offers distinctive perspectives, by four leading students of politics, on the single most important social, political, and economic development of the last decade of the twentieth century. Stephen Holmes, of the University of Chicago, emphasizes the importance of state-building. He interprets the pathologies of post-communism as being rooted in the weakness of governments across post-communist Eurasia. Lord Skidelsky, of Great Britain's Social Market Foundation, sees the collapse of communism and its aftermath as part of the worldwide struggle to reduce the size of the state. John Mueller, of the University of Rochester, writes that the post-communist transition to capitalism and democracy, as these terms are properly understood, is already complete. Charles Gati, of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, argues the contrary: not only is democracy not firmly established in most of the countries from Berlin to Vladivostok, but its prospects in many of them are poor. In his introduction, Michael Mandelbaum offers a comparative assessment of the different countries that make up the world of post-communism.
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