Democratization and disintegration in multinational states

Leff, Carol Skalnik
January 1999
World Politics;Jan99, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p205
Academic Journal
Explores the collapse of communist federations in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Implication of democratization for multinational states; Common features of the political openings in multinational post-communist states; Background on the liberalization and democratization in unitary states.


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