Transnational Networking and Elite Self-Empowerment

@inproceedings{Parau2018TransnationalNA,
  title={Transnational Networking and Elite Self-Empowerment},
  author={Cristina Elena Parau},
  year={2018}
}
  • C. Parau
  • Published 15 November 2018
  • Political Science
Studies of the fate of Judiciaries in post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have been rare and attempts at causal explanation rarer. This study found that interlocked transnational networking empowered a minority of elite Judiciary revisionists to entrench their institutional template in Eastern European constitutions, setting these transitional democracies on a trajectory toward a global trend of the judicialization of politics. The first, crucial step in that process is traced: the… 
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