Norms and Nannies The Impact of International Organizations on the Central and East European States
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This is a study of the impact of international organizations on Central and East European states. It examines how this process operates in a variety of domains, including civil-military relations, social, labour and regional relations.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/16/2002
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|List of Abbreviations|
|Preface and Acknowledgments|
|Introduction: The Impact of International Organizations on the Central and Eastern European States--Conceptual and Theoretical Issues|
|European Organizations and East European Democracy|
|The Democratic Dimension of EU Enlargement: The Role of Parliament and Public Opinion|
|Transferring Transparency: The Impact of European Institutions on East-Central Europe|
|Impact on Countries|
|Slovenia and the European Union: A Different Kind of Two-Level Game|
|Which Way to Progress? Impact of International Organizations in Romania|
|NATO Standards and Military Reform in Poland: A Revolution from Without|
|Security and Identity in Southeast Europe: Bulgaria, NATO, and the War in Kosovo|
|Impact in Policy Areas|
|Transformation, Accession to the European Union, and Institutional Design: The Fate of Tripartism|
|European Integration and Minority Rights: The Case of Hungary and Its Neighbors|
|Harmonizing Laws with the European Union: The Case of Intellectual Property Rights in the Czech Republic|
|The Diffusion of EU Social and Employment Legislation in Poland and Hungary|
|The Pivotal EU Role in the Creation of Czech Regional Policy|
|Political Business Cycles in EU Accession Countries|
|Conclusion: International Organizations and East Europe--Bringing Parallel Tracks Together|
|About the Contributors|