|Series||BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European Studies ;, 25|
|LC Classifications||JN6531 .U35 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005004827|
The Hardcover of the Post-Soviet Civil Society: Democratization in Russia and the Baltic States by Anders Uhlin at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Anders Uhlin. In a state with increasing authoritarian tendencies, the role of civil society as a potential democratic corrective on the state becomes extremely important. Post-Soviet civil society in Russia, however, is generally described as weak (e.g. Howard ; White and McAllister ). This book argues that the weakness of civil society in the post-Soviet Caucasus is a result not only of post-communist political and economic problems, but also of the effects of historical legacies. These influence both formal and informal civil. Now for the first time there is a comparative study of civil society and democratization across post-Soviet national borders. Acknowledging the enormous variation throughout the region, the book offers unique data on developments in Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
This book considers the challenges of building democracy in post Soviet Armenia, and the role of civil society in that process. It argues that, contrary to the expectations of Western aid donors, who promoted civil society assuming that democratisation would follow automatically, democratic regimes have failed to materialise.4/5(2). This book argues that the weakness of civil society in the post-Soviet Caucasus is a result not only of post-communist political and economic problems, but also of the effects of historical legacies. These influence both formal and informal civil societies and weaken the countries' ability to facilitate : Palgrave Macmillan UK. Book chapter Civil Society in Post-Soviet Countries. P. Nezhina T. G. This encyclopedia entry discusses the contested understanding of the notion of civil society on a global scale. This essay suggests differentiating the definitions of civil society in the Western and Eastern tradition. Lately, the idea of civil society was Author: G Nezhina Tamara. The contemporaneous meaning of the concept of civil society started to develop after the French Revolution of In the 18th and 19th centuries the term was closely associated with the city and government.
It argues that, contrary to the expectations of Western aid donors, who promoted civil society on the assumption that democratization would follow from the establishment of civil society, democratic regimes have failed to materialize, and, moreover, a backlash has emerged in various post-Soviet : Armine Ishkanian. The Development of Civil Society in Post-Soviet Russia. The Weakness of Civil Society in Post-Communist Europe More than a decade has passed since the collapse of communism, yet citizens of post-communist countries are still far less likely to join. Book Description This volume considers the challenges of democracy building in post-Soviet Armenia, and the role of civil society in that process.