3 edition of introduction to post-communist Bulgaria found in the catalog.
introduction to post-communist Bulgaria
Includes bibliographical references (p. -176) and index
|Series||Europe in change|
|LC Classifications||HN623.5 .G5 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|ISBN 10||071906094X, 0719060958|
|LC Control Number||2002026311|
More importantly, this is a volume about post-communist efforts to reckon with the communist past, not one that delves in great detail into the pre human rights abuses that various transitional justice methods have tried to rectify. As such, the book is concerned with the political negotiations and state–civil society interactions. National revival in Bulgaria exhibits many of the features of other nationalist reawakenings: a cultural quickening, the ‘apostles’ and ‘awakeners’, the emergence of an ‘imagined community’, the need for a committed social group with sufficient material wealth to further the cause, the importance of external as well as internal factors, and the equal or probably greater importance. Product Information. Providing a general introduction to the history of Bulgaria and the Bulgarians, this text traces the story from the days when Bulgaria was the centre of a powerful mediaeval empire, through the long centuries of Ottoman rule, to the cultural renaissance of the 19th century and the political upheavals of the 20th century.
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Assesses the post-communist period in Bulgaria and examines how the democratization process has developed so far - Contains valuable historical and comparative features providing the reader with a comprehensive and detailed account of the ongoing political, social and economic transformation in this heavily understudied Balkan country - Employs an extensive range of Format: Paperback.
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Get this from a library. An introduction to post-communist Bulgaria: political, economic, and social transformations. [Emil Giatzidis] -- Providing a detailed empirical account of the ongoing political, social and economic transformation of the country, this book assesses the post-communist period in Bulgaria and examines the.
Bulgaria - Bulgaria - The early communist era: The consolidation of communist power in Bulgaria was carried out bycoinciding with the completion of the peace treaty with the Allies and the presence of Soviet occupation forces. In the coalition Fatherland Front government, the communists had control of the interior and judicial ministries, which were crucial in setting up.
This book provides a general introduction to the history of Bulgaria and the Bulgarians. The text and illustrations trace the rich and dramatic story from the days when Bulgaria was the centre of a powerful medieval empire, through the long centuries of Ottoman rule, to the cultural renaissance of the nineteenth century and the political upheavals of our own century.
Richard Crampton presents a general introduction to Bulgaria at the cross-roads of Christendom and Islam. This concise history traces the country's growth from pre-history, through its days as the center of a powerful medieval empire and five centuries of Ottoman rule, to the political upheavals of the twentieth century which led to three wars/5.
This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The reports it contains are structured along similar lines, so that analogies and differences of the national legal systems can easily be identified and no significant profile of Church and State relations is overlooked.
Introduction Post-communist citizens hold political, economic, and social opinions that systematically differ from those of people in the rest of the world.
The primary questions we seek to answer in this book are (1) why do these attitudes diverge. Buy An Introduction to Post-Communist Bulgaria: Political, Economic and Social Transformation (Europe in Change) by Emil Giatzidis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. An Introduction To Post-Communist Bulgaria Assesses the post-communist period in Bulgaria and examines how the democratization process has developed so far - Contains valuable historical and comparative features providing the reader with a comprehensive and detailed account of the ongoing political, social and economic transformation Author: Dan Hough.
Turning Westward: Information Policies in Post Communist Romania and Bulgaria: /ch This chapter is an examination of Eastern European information policy and practice.
Our analysis will explore information policy of two countries in EasternAuthor: Alan Katerinsky, Alex Pantaleev, H. Rao. Title: INTRODUCTION TO POSTCOMMUNIST BULGARIA: Author: EMIL GIATZIDIS: Summary: Providing a detailed empirical account of the ongoing political, social and economic transformation of the country, this book assesses the post-communist period in Bulgaria and examines the development of the democratization process so far.
Table of Contents. Introduction: Party Regulation and Party Politics in Post-communist Europe [Fernando Casal Bértoa and Ingrid van Biezen] Regulation and The Reshaping of Party Politics in Poland [Fernando Casal Bértoa and Marcin Walecki] Three Laws To Rule Them All: The Consolidation of Slovakia’s Party Regulation, [Peter Učeň, Kevin Deegan.
Post-Communism: An Introduction [Leslie Holmes]. Duke University Press, Paper: Library of Congress Classification HXH65. Introduction: In this thesis, I will strive to understand how German companies can be successful in post-Communist Bulgaria and why they might want to move their operations to Bulgaria.
The central objective of this thesis is to assess the post-Communist business environment for German companies in Bulgaria. Bulgaria - Bulgaria - Bulgaria’s transition: Dimitrov’s government launched an ambitious reform program aimed at changing the country into a pro-Western democracy with a market economy.
Chief among the reforms were the liberalization of prices, the restitution of properties commandeered during the communist regime, and the restructuring of state-owned enterprises. Read this book on Questia. "This volume is the first work to cover post-Communist developments in historical studies in six Eastern European countries (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, and Bulgaria) from a comparative and critical perspective, written by scholars from the region itself.
An overview of the challenges and issues confronting the countries in Eastern Europe that once were ruled by totalitarian Communist regimes. The book covers the countries that were officially part of the Soviet Union (Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Estonia, Lithuania, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan); those that were theoretically independent but were subject to Soviet-dominated Communist rule (Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Poland); as well as a satellite republic that was under.
The History of Bulgaria since is the period of Bulgarian history that begins after the fall of Communism and the transition to Capitalism. End of the Communist rule. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
Cambridge University Press - A Concise History of Bulgaria - by R. Crampton Excerpt 1 The Bulgarian lands from prehistory to the arrival of the Bulgarians. The lands which now constitute the state of Bulgaria were amongst the first in Europe to witness the emergence of organised, social : Cambridge University Press.
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Get this from a library. Post-communist politics: an introduction. [Karen Henderson; Neil Robinson] -- "This wide-ranging and comprehensive text covers the development in the domestic politics of the formerly communist area of Europe: Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Estonia.
Bulgaria became a member of the European Union inyet its history is amongst the least well known in the rest of the continent.
Crampton provides here a general introduction to this country at the cross-roads of Christendom and by: Introduction The volume explores the contemporary sources, scope and intensity of nationality conflicts in the context of a disintegrating Soviet Empire.
The authors address themselves to the resurgence of ethnicity and nationalism within the former Soviet imperium, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Bulgaria and China and examine the consequences of.
Book Description. Political Parties in Post-Communist Eastern Europe is the first textbook to survey the course of party developments in eastern Europe as a whole in the post-Communist period.
This book relates the specifics of the post-communist situation to the broader picture of the early stages of party development in western Europe and also to contemporary models of. The post-Soviet states, also known as the former Soviet Union (FSU) or former Soviet Republics, and in Russia as the "near abroad" (Russian: бли́жнее зарубе́жье, romanized: blizhneye zarubezhye) are the 15 sovereign states that emerged and re-emerged from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics following its breakup inwith Russia internationally recognised as the.
Leslie Holmes analyzes corruption in post-communist countries, paying particular attention to Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Russia, as well as China, which Holmes argues has produced, through its recent economic liberalization, a system similar to post-communism.
History First lev (–) The lev was introduced as Bulgaria's currency in with a value equal to the French gold standard was suspended between and and suspended again in UntilBulgaria's silver and gold coins were issued to the same specifications as those of the Latin Monetary tes issued until were backed.
I was 9 in so I remember a lot of that dark era. The majority of people were equal in terms of income; old levs on average which was equal to 50 USD a month on the black exchange market.
There was no legal way to buy dollars. Money were e. Bulgaria: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (CultureShock!) Note: this book is better suited to the potential expat (or at least someone intending to spend a lot of time in Bulgaria) than it is a tourist.
It is also, in places, outdated. It is still a. This timely book surveys political change in postcommunist Europe. It begins with a brief overview of the history and the communist legacy of each country, then examines the new constitutional framework, the principal political parties and their orientations, the direction and scope of economic reform, and the foreign and security policies.
Dimitar Blagoev Nikolov (Bulgarian: Димитър Благоев Николов; 14 June – 7 May ) was a Bulgarian political leader and philosopher. the founder of the Bulgarian left-wing political movement and of the first social democratic party in the Balkans. Blagoev was also an important figure in the early history of Russian Marxism, and later founded and led the Bulgarian Alma mater: SPbU.
This book concentrates on the regulation of political parties in the EU post-communist democracies, and on Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Romania, in by: 1.
Book Description: The first work that covers the post-Communist development of historical studies in six Eastern European countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. A uniquely critical and qualitative analysis from a comparative and critical perspective, written by scholars from the region itself.
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But the U.S president inGeorge W. Bush, encouraged Mr. Saakashvili to continue with his plans and take heart.The book is very engaging, especially for those of us who lived through that period in communist and post-communist Bulgaria.
The first part is amazing, it reflects to the tiniest details the absurdity of everyday life during the 70s and 80s/5.This chapter examines women’s representation in Bulgaria’s national assembly.
It is argued that women’s representation can be improved when parties become unified organizations and when women achieve leadership in these parties. However, the volatile party system and the uncertainty of voter support has made parties hesitant to nominate women in competitive list Author: Tatiana Kostadinova.