Women politicians are scarce in Central and Eastern Europe, but in some older democracies they are even scarcer by Jeremy Druker IN sheer numbers, female politicians had it much better under communism. In the Soviet Union, for example, quotas mandated that at least one-third of government representatives should be women. But even though women sometimes […]

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