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Table Of Contents

Contents:
I. The Exit from Communism
1. How Different Are Postcommunist Transitions: Ghia Nodia
2. Comparing East and South: Valerie Bunce
3. The Persistence of Postcommunist Elites: John Higley, Judith Kullberg, and Jan Pakulsk
i4. Civil Society after Communism: Aleksander Smolar
5. Understanding Postcommunist Transitions: Leszek Balcerowicz
6. Estonia's Success Story: Mart Laar
7. The Postcommunist Wars: Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr.
II. The East European Experience
8. The Postcommunist Divide: Jacques Rupnik
9. Europe Transformed: Richard Rose
10. Reassessing the Revolutions of 1989: Vladimir Tismaneanu
11. The Transformation of Central Europe: Bronislaw Gereme
k12. Victory Defeated: G.M. Tamás
13. The International Context: Jacques Rupnik
14. A Diverging Europe: Richard Rose
15. History and Memory: The Revolutions of 1989-91: Aleksander Smolar
III. The Post-Soviet Experience
16. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Michael McFaul
17. The Primacy of History and Culture: Zbigniew Brzezinski
18. The Impact of Nationalism: Ghia Nodia
19. From Democratization to "Guided Democracy": Archie Brown
20. The Advantages of Radical Reform: Anders Åslund
21. Disillusionment in the Caucasus and Central Asia: Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr.
22. Sovereignty and Uncertainty in Ukraine: Nadia Diuk
23. Russia's Hybrid Regime: Lilia Shevtsova
24. Putin's Path: M. Steven Fish
25. Going Backwards: Grigory Yavlinsky
26. A Mixed Record, an Uncertain Future: Michael McFaul