This study tackles the multidimensional nature of this process in Central and Eastern Europe, covering the period from the systemic transformations of these countries in 1989 to their accession to the EU in 2004. It does so in a broader comparative perspective, against the background of the experiences of classic post-totalitarian societies in Western and Southern Europe (German and Italy), which already underwent a process of democratic transformation in 1945 and went on to actively forge the European Community in 1950s.

Post-totalitarian societies in transformation : from systemic change into European integration

Joanna Sondel-Cedarmas
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2022

Abstract

This study tackles the multidimensional nature of this process in Central and Eastern Europe, covering the period from the systemic transformations of these countries in 1989 to their accession to the EU in 2004. It does so in a broader comparative perspective, against the background of the experiences of classic post-totalitarian societies in Western and Southern Europe (German and Italy), which already underwent a process of democratic transformation in 1945 and went on to actively forge the European Community in 1950s.
Mach, Elżbieta; Pożarlik, Grzegorz; SONDEL-CEDARMAS, JOANNA MALGORZATA
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