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Politics in Russia

Author: Thomas F Remington
Publisher: New York : Longman, ©2002.
Series: The Longman series in comparative politics
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. edView all editions and formats

Focusing on Russia's political institutions and processes since the end of the Soviet regime, Remington (Emory U.) identifies some of the forces affecting the development of the new system that has  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas F Remington
ISBN: 0321085574 9780321085573
OCLC Number: 868442264
Description: x, 3 c. di tav., 288 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Rebuilding Russia. Four Domains of Change.Choices and Changes in Russian Politics.Plan of the Book. 2. The Soviet System and Its Demise. The Soviet Regime before Gorbachev.Political Institutions of the Transition Period: Demise of the USSR. 3. Russia and the Post-Soviet Constitutional Order. Institutions of the Transition Period: Russia.The Federal Dimension. 4. Political Participation and Recruitment. Political Participation and Social Capital.Participation and Recruitment Under the Soviet Regime.Surge and Ebb in Political Participation.Elite Adaptation and Replacement. 5. The Dynamics of Political Culture. The Concept of Political Culture.Russian Political Culture in the Post-Soviet Period.Soviet Political Socialization.Support for Democratic Values.Influences on Russian Political Culture in the Soviet Period. 6. Interest Groups and Political Parties. Interest Articulation: From Statism to Pluralism.Interest Aggregation: Toward a Multiparty System. 7. The Politics of Economic Reform. The Dual Transition.Economic Reform and Public Institutions. 8. Toward the Primacy of Law. The Law-Governed State.Judicial Reform.Obstacles to the Primacy of Law.Crime and Corruption. 9. Whither Russia? Interpreting Russian History.Democratic Transition.Does Democracy Matter?
Series Title: The Longman series in comparative politics
Responsibility: Thomas F. Remington.


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