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This compelling volume offers a unique perspective on nonviolent protest movements and fledgling democracies. The New York Times on Emerging Democracies, from the TimesReference from CQ Press imprint, chronicles the peaceful transitions from Soviet or authoritarian order that have occurred over the last thirty years in Europe and Eurasia. Country by country, the book describes the process of political change and integration from the late 1970s to the 2000s. Author Mary King has selected a variety of articles from The Times to portray each country’s transition, including the influence of popular movements and the methods used --boycotts, civil disobedience, demonstrations, picketing, strikes, vigils, economic reform models, and institutional change. King’s original narrative provides valuable context and analysis. The TimesReference from CQ Press imprint focuses on topics in American government, U.S. history, elections, Congress, the presidency, the Supreme Court, journalism, international affairs, current events, and public opinion.

This compelling volume offers a unique perspective on nonviolent protest movements and fledgling democracies. The New York Times on Emerging Democracies, from the TimesReference from CQ Press imprint, chronicles the peaceful transitions from Soviet or authoritarian order that have occurred over the last thirty years in Europe and Eurasia. Country by country, the book describes the process of political change and integration from the late 1970s to the 2000s. Author Mary King has selected a variety of articles from The Times to portray each country’s transition, including the influence of popular movements and the methods used --boycotts, civil disobedience, demonstrations, picketing, strikes, vigils, economic reform models, and institutional change. King’s original narrative provides valuable context and analysis. The TimesReference from CQ Press imprint focuses on topics in American government, U.S. history, elections, Congress, the presidency, the Supreme Court, journalism, international affairs, current events, and public opinion.

Serbia: From Dictatorship to Democracy
Serbia: From Dictatorship to Democracy

Nestled in the Balkans, between Europe and Asia, Serbia has long been a flashpoint for conflict. Serbs have a strong national and cultural identity and an even more fervent desire for self-determination. A ...

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