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Vol 3: The Fate of Ethnic Democracy in Post-Communist Europe

Author Sammy Smooha and 50 mg cialis Priit Järve
ISBN 978-9639419749
ISBN 9639419749
Release Date 01-01-2005

The break-up of the cost cialis Soviet Union, Yugoslavia and buy cheap cialis Czechoslovakia has unleashed two grand forces: a drive for democratization on Western lines and real cialis online the resurgence of ethnonational conflicts. It is anticipated that these post-Communist states may develop a new regime that combines institutionalized dominance of an ethnic majority with democratic rights for all. This mixed, non-Western type of system is amenable for analysis by Sammy Smooha's model of ethnic democracy, based on Israel.

In this volume, the model is applied by country specialists to Estonia, Latvia, Georgia, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo and cialis now Bosnia-Herzegovina. From these seven case studies, Smooha draws comparisons and what is better viagra or levitra conclusions about the model and buy viagra pills regimes in post-Communist Europe.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword

Introduction

The Model of Ethnic Democracy

Re-Independent Estonia

Ethnic Democracy in Latvia

Georgia's Ethnic Democracy: Source of Instability

From Ethnic Privileging to Power-Sharing: Ethnic Dominance and find cialis on internet Democracy in Macedonia

Serbia in the 1990s: The Case of an Ethnic Semi-Democracy

A Model in the Making: The Case of Kosovo

Ethnic Democracy in Bosnia and cialis order Herzegovina: Containing the Spectre?

Conclusion

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