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Politics and Government in the Visegrad Countries

Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia

  • Authors
  • John¬†Fitzmaurice

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 1-20
  3. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 21-31
  4. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 32-41
  5. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 42-48
  6. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 49-63
  7. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 64-76
  8. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 77-84
  9. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 85-93
  10. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 94-102
  11. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 103-124
  12. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 125-170
  13. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 171-177
  14. John Fitzmaurice
    Pages 178-195
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 196-204

About this book

Introduction

The book aims to offer an accessible, comprehensive and up-to-date one volume comparative overview of the systems of government and politics in the four main countries of central Europe. It will be of use to courses in modern history, politics and government and international relations that wish to integrate study of these future EU members into their courses. It will also be useful to politicians, businessmen and experts who need a handy introduction to the politics of the region. All of the key institutions are analyzed to trace the evolution of these countries from part of the Soviet bloc to independent democratic states. The role of civil society in the period of transition and the countries' future prospects at the heart of Europe are analyzed.

Keywords

communism constitution economy European Union (EU) foreign policy government Institution international relations parliament Policy politics

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