Table of contents for Central and East European politics : from communism to democracy / edited by Sharon L. Wolchik and Jane L. Curry.

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Democracy, the Market, and the Return to Europe:
From Communism to the European Union and NATO
Edited by Jane L. Curry and Sharon L. Wolchik
Book Dedication
I. Introduction 
Chapter 1									 page 1
Democracy, the Market, and the Return to Europe: From Communism to the European 
Union and NATO, by Jane L. Curry and Sharon L. Wolchik 
 
II. Policies and Issues 
Chapter 2									 page 40
The Political Transition, by Valerie J. Bunce, Cornell University
 
Chapter 3									 page 77 
Recreating the Market, Sharon Fisher, Global Insights
Chapter 4									 page 124
Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Expansion of Democracy, by Zsuzsa Csergo, George 
Washington University 
Chapter 5									 page 164
Women's Participation in Postcommunist Politics, Marilyn Rueschemeyer, Brown 
University 
Chapter 6									 page 187
EU Accession and the Role of International Actors, Ronald Linden, University of 
Pittsburgh 
Chapter 7									 page 211
Security Issues: NATO and Beyond, Jeffrey Simon, National Defense University
III. Case Studies
Chapter 8									 page 230
Poland: The Politics of "God's Playground, Jane L. Curry, Santa Clara University 
Chapter 9									 page 267
The Czech and Slovak Republics: Two Paths to the Same Destination, Sharon L. 
Wolchik, George Washington University 
Chapter 10									 page 305
Hungary, Federigo Argentieri, John Carroll University, Rome
Chapter 11									 page 330
The Baltic States: Remembering the Past, Building the Future, Daina S. Eglitis, 
George Washington University 
Chapter 12									 page 361
Bulgaria: Progress and Development, Janusz Bugajski, Center for Strategic and 
International Studies 
Chapter 13									 page 405
Former Yugoslavia and Its Successors, Mark Baskin, University of Albany, and Paula 
Pickering, College of William and Mary 
Chapter 14									 page 464
Romania Since 1989: Living Beyond the Past Charles King, Georgetown University, and 
John Gledhill, Georgetown University 
Chapter 15									 page 499
Ukraine: Muddling Along, Taras Kuzio, George Washington University
IV. Conclusion
Chapter 16									 page 542
What Now?, Jane L. Curry and Sharon L. Wolchik
 
About the Authors page 557 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 1989-.
Post-communism -- Europe, Eastern.
Democracy -- Europe, Eastern.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Europe, Eastern.
European Union -- Europe, Eastern.