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European Unions
Labor's Quest for a Transnational Democracy
Roland Erne
Roland Erne's view of transnational trade union networks challenges the assertion that no realistic prospect exists for remedying the European Union's democratic deficit—that is, its domination by corporate interests and lack of a cohesive European...



The Invention of Decolonization
The Algerian War and the Remaking of France
Todd Shepard
In this account of the Algerian War's effect on French political structures and notions of national identity, Todd Shepard asserts that the separation of Algeria from France was truly a revolutionary event with lasting consequences for French social...



Kidnapped Souls
National Indifference and the Battle for Children in the Bohemian Lands, 1900–1948
Tara Zahra
Zahra shows how nationalists in the Bohemian Lands worked to forge political cultures in which children belonged more rightfully to the national collective than to their parents.



Peacebuilding in the Balkans
The View from the Ground Floor
Paula M. Pickering
Challenges the conventional wisdom that common people are merely passive recipients of peacebuilding projects.



The Best System Money Can Buy
Corruption in the European Union
Carolyn M. Warner
Provides a framework for understanding the persistence of corruption in the Western states of the European Union.



Talk of the Nation
Language and Conflict in Romania and Slovakia
Zsuzsa Csergo
How can democratization, coupled with transnational integration, resolve conflicts over cultural difference in places that are marked by legacies of nationalist competition? This book explores that question through a comparative study of contestations...



Preying on the State
The Transformation of Bulgaria after 1989
Venelin I. Ganev
Ganev explores in fine-grained detail the weakening of the central state in post-Soviet Eastern Europe.



The Romanian Revolution of December 1989
Peter Siani-Davies
The Romanian Revolution of 1989 was the most spectacularly violent and remains today the most controversial of all the East European upheavals of that year. Despite (or perhaps because of) the media attention the revolution received, it remains...



Ethnic Bargaining
The Paradox of Minority Empowerment
Erin K. Jenne
Ethnic Bargaining introduces a theory of minority politics that blends comparative analysis and field research in the postcommunist countries of East Central Europe with insights from rational choice.



Towards an Era of Development
The Globalization of Socialism and Christian Democracy, 1945–1965
Peter Van Kemseke
KADOC Studies on Religion, Culture and Society 5 In the twenty years after the end of World War II, a "Third World" was added to the Cold War concepts of the First and Second worlds, and postwar decolonization ushered in an era of development. For...



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