Most of the countries in the region are not becoming Western-style democracies, nor are they returning to totalitarianism. Instead, they are choosing semiauthoritarian rule and a controlled market. Charles Gati asks: Just who are the leaders, laggards, and losers of the post-communist transition?22 March 1996 DESPITE VAST CHANGES SINCE 1989 IN Central and Eastern Europe […]

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