Political Opposition in Theory and Central European Practice

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Peter Lang, 2010 - Political Science - 193 pages
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This book offers interpretations of different forms of political opposition in political theory and also in the contemporary development of politics and government in Central Europe. The problem is analyzed through a comparative approach. The first part of the book targets the question of definitions and typologies of political opposition, above all, in democratic, but partly also in non-democratic regimes. The second part deals with the question of models of political opposition in Central Europe after the fall of communism in the late twentieth century and in the present.
  

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Contents

Preface
9
Introduction to the theory of political opposition
15
Political opposition in Central Europe
90
Conclusion
154
Bibliography
160
Zusammenfassung
190
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About the author (2010)

The Author: Michal Kubat, Ph.D. is a member of the Department of Russian and East-European Studies at Charles University in Prague and also a Lecturer at New York University in Prague. His interests focus on politics and government in Central Europe, mainly Poland. He has published numerous titles on the politics of transition in Central and Eastern Europe.

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