by Jiri Pehe ONLY A FEW YEARS AGO, THEY WERE police states. Today, most post-communist countries are either aspiring to build democratic systems or trying, at least, to move away from communist-era ideology and practices. Reforming police forces, or redesigning their role, has been an important part of such efforts. In doing so, most post-communist […]

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