5 edition of Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries found in the catalog.
January 23, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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The Soviet political system centred around the communist party, and no other political party or opposition was allowed. The economy was planned and controlled by the state. After the Second World War, the east European countries that the Soviet army had liberated from the fascist forces came under the control of the :// This paper examines these issues, asking if and how strategies of manipulation differ depending on the conditions of the election. Using a newly developed measure of contestation and original data on elections from ten post-Soviet states, this paper quantitatively analyzes the types of strategies used depending on election-level ://?language=en.
This chapter introduces some basic contours of Russia’s contemporary radical right scene. It distinguishes between systemic and non-systemic ultra-nationalist groups in Putin’s Russia, the principal difference being the groups’ and individual actors’ proximity and clarity of connections to the crypto-authoritarian regime. The systemic component consists of political groups, authors During much of Ukraine’s post-Soviet history, the radical right has remained on the political periphery, wielding little influence over national politics. However, from to , Ukraine saw a radical right-wing party, Svoboda, enter parliament, and from to there was an increased social role played by the right-wing radical groups Pravyi Sektor and ://
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This work will undoubtedly become a point of reference for scholars of post-Soviet party systems in years to come, and it will be essential reading for students of party systems in the post-communist world and beyond." - Sarah Birch, Department of Government, University of Essex"This book is a very interesting study of party system › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
This book conducts a comparative analysis of political institutions and develops rigorous methods suitable for cross-national longitudinal analysis. An examination of political party systems in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, and Ukraine shows striking differences of degrees and dynamics of political institutionalization in the five :// This book conducts a comparative analysis of political institutions and develops rigorous methods suitable for cross-national longitudinal analysis.
An examination of political party systems in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, and Ukraine shows striking differences of degrees and dynamics of Get this from a library. Party systems in post-Soviet countries: a comparative study of political institutionalization in the Baltic States, Russia, and Ukraine.
[Andrey A Meleshevich] -- Too few investigations have attempted to shore up critical knowledge gaps about post-Soviet states by conducting comparative analyses of political institutions and developing rigorous methods Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries This page intentionally left blank PARTY SYSTEMS IN POST-SOVIET COUNTRIES A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONALIZATION IN THE BALTIC STATES, RUSSIA, AND UKRAINE Book Review: Andrey A.
Meleshevich, Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries: A Comparative Study of Political Institutionalization in the Baltic States, Russia, and :// Party systems in post-Soviet countries: a comparative study of politcal institutionalization in the Baltic States, Russia and Ukraine / Andrey A.
Meleshevich Book Bib ID The Communist Party Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries book the Soviet Union arose from the Bolshevik wing of the Russian Social Democratic Workers’ Party (RSDWP).
The Bolsheviks, organized inwere led by Vladimir I. Lenin, and they argued for a tightly disciplined organization of professional revolutionaries who were governed by democratic centralism and were dedicated to achieving the dictatorship of the :// in existing democracies, it is not an apt characterisation of party system change in many democratising states.
Whereas in most established democracies there is a high degree of continuity in the range of political options on offer from one election to the next, emergent party systems in post-transition countries are often considerably less :// It also embraces all fifteen countries of the former USSR, and provides a comparative analysis of transformations of institutional landscape across Post-Soviet systems.
It will be highly relevant for students and researchers in the fields of higher education and and sociology, particularly those with an interest in historical and comparative Herbert Levine and Patrick Clawson organized, in conjunction with the Kennan Institute in Washington, a series of four workshops to examine the problems of managing the difficult tasks of creating free markets in the ex-Soviet bloc countries.
Workshop leaders explicitly addressed the larger contexts of the economic New York Palgrave Macmillan, p. This book conducts a comparative analysis of political institutions and develops rigorous methods suitable for cross-national longitudinal analysis. An examination of political party systems in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, and Ukraine shows Book Review: Andrey A.
Meleshevich, Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries: A Comparative Study of Political Institutionalization in the Baltic States, Russia, and Ukraine. Party Politics, 16 (4), − / Anatoly Kulik and Susanna Pshizova have compiled an engaging and comprehensive, cross-national study that explores the stormy political developments in the post-Soviet countries.
They gathered essays regarding the formation of the various new democratic institutions of Russia, the Baltic States, the Slavic States, and Moldova. The contributors are all distinguished scholars indigenous to their We looked at 21 countries from the former Soviet Union and Central Eastern Europe, using data from the Polity IV Project, Freedom House, the Human Development Report, and regional expert knowledge.
We show that the more democratic a post-communist country is, the better the education and healthcare services. The most advanced democracies in the This book is open access under a CC BY license. This open access book is a result of the first ever study of the transformations of the higher education institutional landscape in fifteen former USSR countries after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in “[A] lively memoir about traveling in post-Soviet Ukraine passionate and persuasive.” - Alexandra Popoff, Wall Street Journal “Affecting Pinkham has an eye for the elegiac.” - Andrew Meier, New York Times Book Review “[Pinkham] is a unique and fascinating guide to the post-Soviet generation honest, clear, and deeply humane.” › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides.
Post-Soviet Ecosystems of IT / Dmitrii Zhikharevich IV. Bridges and Mismatches Migrating Step by Step: Russian Computer Specialists in the UK / Irina Antoschyuk Brain Drain and Boston's "Upper-Middle Tech" / Diana Kurkovsky West Jews in Russia and Russians in Israel / Marina Fedorova the post-Soviet States, with the explosion of new parties after the Soviet breakdown inthe link between electoral law and party systems has very important implications.
The types of party systems emerging in these countries will exert an influence on The political outlook of young people in the countries of the former Soviet Union is crucial to their countries’ future political development.
This is particularly relevant now as the first generation without firsthand experience of communism at first hand is approaching adulthood. Based on extensive original research and including new survey research amongst young people, this book examines.
Download Citation | Post-Soviet Authoritarianism | This article examines the problems of the rise and consolidation of authoritarian regimes in former Soviet countries.
The authors analyze the Book Reviews 25 Years of transformations of higher education systems in post-Soviet countries: reform and continuity Emma Sabzalieva Centre for Canadian and International Higher Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Correspondence [email protected]://©Roberts Vicups Radical nationalism has long been a state ideology in some of the countries that once comprised the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc.
The ideology of the radical right is becoming increasingly popular across Europe. In the West, one key reason is the rapid change in the demographic picture as a result of Continue reading "Right-Wing Radicalism in the Post-Soviet Space" /14/right-wing-radicalism-in-the-post-soviet-space.