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Volume 21, Issue 1
The recent history of Eastern Europe can best be understood as a transition to a new social contract between the postcommunist state that emerged from its communist predecessor and the…
Volume 26, Issue 1
Institutional choices matter in the postcommunist world, but geopolitical and civilizational boundaries still set the horizons of political possibility.
Volume 18, Issue 3
Democracy is facing hard times in the region, but the shape of the problems varies according to the differing informal legacies of communism in individual countries.