Post-Communist Transition - Theory in Political Transition Christian Vogel

ISBN: 9783638770231

Published: September 5th 2007

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28 pages


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Post-Communist Transition - Theory in Political Transition  by  Christian Vogel

Post-Communist Transition - Theory in Political Transition by Christian Vogel
September 5th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 28 pages | ISBN: 9783638770231 | 9.75 Mb

Scholarly Paper aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Region: Osteuropa, Note: 1,0, Tartu likool (Center of Baltic Studies), Veranstaltung: Post-communist transition and Estonian experience, 16 Eintragungen imMoreScholarly Paper aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Region: Osteuropa, Note: 1,0, Tartu likool (Center of Baltic Studies), Veranstaltung: Post-communist transition and Estonian experience, 16 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: 1. Introduction Die EU braucht eine Pause zur Besinnung, zur Selbstfindung, zur Konsolidierung.

By proclaiming that the European Union (EU) needs a break for reflection and consolidation, Egon Bahr, who has been an intimate and consultant of the former German chancellor Willy Brandt as well as one of the most important German politicians as far as foreign policy is concerned, is pointing at a major problem of the before said institution. Since the EU enlargement of 10 new states has taken place at the 1st of May 2004, the problem which has been addressed before is even more up to date. Especially the recent argumentation about a common constitution, which is overdue to both providing a proper legal capacity as well as a capability to act, has been proofing that the EU is still far away from a strong, functioning political union.

But how is it possible to create such a proper union consisting of 25 members, and most probably 27 by the year 2007, consisting of basically national states being still heavily occupied with dealing with their own backgrounds especially if one has a closer look the former communist states? Is there any strategy of the lowest common denominator of policy advice or do one have to identify the (communist) past in relation to present developments ? Facing this problem, the main purpose of this analysis will be an evaluation of different political transition theories and rating strategies which have been particularly taken into account by the former states behind the iron curtain.

Finally this work is aiming at a probably existing connection between a successful political transition and a deeper integration into the European Union. For that reason the first par



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