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Germany After Unification
by Daniel Hamilton, pp. 1-18 -
The Bumpy Road of Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution
by Otto Ulc, pp. 19-33 -
The Politics of Transition in Bulgaria
by Plamen S. Tzvetkov, pp. 34-43 -
Back to the Future?
Is Latin America the Future of Eastern Europe?
by Melvin Croan,, p. 44 -
Axes of Comparison
by Thomas E. Skidmore,, pp. 45-47 -
Labor and Societal Transition
by David Ost,, pp. 48-50 -
Points of Commonality
by Lawrence S. Graham,, pp. 51-53 -
Spain's Success Story
by Eric Hershberg,, pp. 54-55 -
Some Concluding Thoughts
by Melvin Croan,, pp. 56-57 -
Prospects for Democratization in China
by Martin King Whyte, pp. 58-70 -
The Crisis of Authoritarianism in North Africa
by John P. Entelis, pp. 71-81 -
The Case of Algeria
Afghanistan and Regional Security After the Cold War
by Rasul B. Rais, pp. 82-94 -
Communism at the Crossroads
by Frank L. Wilson, pp. 95-106 -
Changing Roles in Western Democracies
Private Farming and Agrarian Reform in Russia
by Stephen K. Wegren, pp. 107-121 -
Hungary's Economic Transformation
by Michael Marrese, pp. 122-132 -
The Hungarian Economic Reforms, 1953-1988, by Ivan T. Berend, ...
Transitions to Democracy and Markets
by Douglas Steinel, pp. 133-138 -
The Long Road Ahead
The Soviet Economy and the Perestroyka Years
by Gregg S. Robins, pp. 139-144 -
Gorbachev's Struggle for Economic Reform, by Anders Aslund, ...
China's Global Role
by Steven I. Levine, pp. 145-151 -
Arming the Dragon, by A. James Gregor, ...
Index to Volume XLI
, pp. 152-156 -
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