Table of contents for Europe undivided : democracy, leverage, and integration after communism / Milada Anna Vachudovâa.

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CONTENTS
Introduction 1
1. Political Competition and the Reform Trajectories of Post-Communist States 11
1.1. Rent-Seeking and Reform 13
1.2. Modeling a Competitive and a Noncompetitive Political System 18
1.3. Explaining Variation in the Political Trajectories of East European States 19
2. Liberal and Illiberal Democracy After Communism 25
2.1. After Opposition: Liberal Pattern of Political Change 25
2.2. No Opposition: Illiberal Pattern of Political Change 37
2.3. Conclusion 59
3. The Passive Leverage of the European Union 63
3.1. Theorizing Passive Leverage 65
3.2. Explaining Variation in the Response to EU Membership Incentives: The Domestic Costs of Compliance with EU Requirements 72
3.3. Conclusion 78
4. The Impact of Passive Leverage: The EU and Eastern Europe, 1989-94 81
4.1. The EU and the Liberal States 82
4.2. The EU and the Illiberal States 98
4.3. Conclusion 103
5. The Active Leverage of the European Union 105
5.1. Active Leverage and the Characteristics of the Pre-Accession Process 108
5.2. The Requirements: The Copenhagen Criteria and the Acquis 120
5.3. The Toolbox of the Pre-Accession Process 125
5.4. Joining the Council of Europe and the Atlantic Alliance: A Comparison 132
5.5. Conclusion 137
6. The Impact of Active Leverage I: Making Political Systems More Competitive, 1994-8 139
6.1. Model 141
6.2. Influencing Governments Directly 143
6.3. Making Political Systems More Competitive 161
6.4. Conclusion 177
7. The Impact of Active Leverage II: Reforming the State and the Economy 181
7.1. Model 183
7.2. Reform of the State and the Economy 184
7.3. Convergence in Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Romania 198
7.4. Alternative Explanations 217
7.5. Conclusion 219
8. The Endgame of the Negotiations and the Future of an Enlarged European Union 223
8.1. Debating the Impact of EU Leverage on Domestic Politics 224
8.2. New Members Inside the EU 232
8.3. Explaining the Past and Future of EU Enlargement 242
8.4. Conclusion 254
Conclusion 257
List of Interviews 261
Notes 267
Bibliography 299

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-.
European Union -- Europe, Eastern.