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As it recovers from the deadly ethnic conflict of the post-Communist 1990s, the construction of bridges is a common theme in the former Yugoslavia.
Furthermore, the scientific debates related to Europeanisation and European governance involve academic, experts, professionals and scientists arguing that the regulations and self-assessments mark the beginning of enriching the democratic framework for transition demonstrating that the individual examples often develop "political and security self-assessments" in the post-communist period.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the biggest surprise is how badly most of the post-communist nations have done since.
Tolosa and James Roaf, IMF Senior Regional Resident Representative for Central and Eastern Europe presented in Sofia IMF's publication a25 Years of Transition: Post-Communist Europe and the IMFa.
Robert returns to post-communist Leipzig ten years later to find Magda and find out secrets from the past.
The topics include partisan linkages and social policy delivery in Argentina and Chile, the future of Peru's brokered democracy, lessons learning while studying clientelism politics in the gray zone, eastern European post-communist variants of political clientelism, and the democratization of clientelism in sub-Saharan Africa.
Its author was born in former Czechoslovakia while it was still ruled by the Communist regime and he spent most of his life living in post-Communist contexts.
Slovenia dismissed its conservative-led government yesterday (27 February) over a graft case hitting Prime Minister Janez Janša, and offered a centre-left finance expert the task of halting the country's fall from post-communist star to eurozone bailout candidate reports euractive.
In explaining the development of different regime types and divergent transition paths in post-communist countries, scholars rely on different approaches including initial negotiations immediately after the collapse of communism, choices of actors for different forms of institutional design, legacies of the communist past, and the influence of external factors such as the EU.
In post-communist Romania, the hope of the emerging civil society was associated more often than not with the role that the prominent intellectuals of the time conceived to play in politics.
Roughly a third of the text is devoted to the Communist and post-Communist eras as these are the events that matter most to most readers.
The analysis of literature has demonstrated the lack of the experience of the use of the CVM for the built heritage valuation in the post-Communist transition Countries.

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