In the Visegrad countries, the police are no longer primarily the guardians of political leaders’ hold on power. But neither are they fully adapted to their ostensible civic role by STEVE KETTLE with SHARON FISHER, JAKUB KARPINSKI, and ZSOFIA SZILAGYI WHETHER THE POLICE FORCES IN THE post-communist countries of Central Europe have genuinely been reformed […]

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