The Revival of Politics in Romania

  title={The Revival of Politics in Romania},
  author={Vladimir Tismăneanu},
Confronting the Past: Corruption in Post-Communist Hungary and Romania
Why are some states more corrupt than others? More specifically, why is post-communist Romania significantly more corrupt than post-communist Hungary even though both transitioned to democracy from
A critique of the anthropomorphic conception of the state: The Romanian state as a relational, network and emergent actor.
The present thesis is premised on the claim that that there is an inescapable arrangement of the discipline around the concept of the state. IR theories, from rationalist to constructivist ones,
Explorer Architecture and Transitional Justice
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The study of post-communist economies in Eastern Europe continues to be a generous and insightful source of valuable lessons in social and economic transition, particularly when approached through
Roma as a unique cultural minority : the impact of communism and democratisation on Roma in Eastern Europe
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Julgamentos penais em períodos de transição e o desafio das emoções: Histórias de dois países
O artigo visa analisar o modo como dois tribunais nacionais proferiram sentencas penais em circunstâncias de mobilizacao emocional e tensao politica. As decisoes a que se chegou na Argentina depois
Transitional Justice and the Quest for Democracy: Towards a Political Theory of Democratic Transformations
The overall purpose of the dissertation is to make a contribution to a political theory of democratic transformations by drawing attention to one of the less theorised dimensions of a polity’s public


La révolution confisquée