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  • The Downfall of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe

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    The Downfall of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe The shocking fall of communism in Eastern and Central Europe in the late eighties was remarkable for both its rapidity and its scope. The specifics of communism's demise varied among nations, but similarities in both the causes and the effects of these revolutions were quite similar. As well, all of the nations involved shared the common goals of implementing democratic systems of government and moving to market economies. In each

  • Causes anf Results of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe

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    philosophers had the same point of view concerning the economic and political principles. Also, Communism brought up many changes to International Relations , and the body of the essay will describe the causes and results of Communism in Eastern and central Europe. In 1844 Engel and Marx started to discover interesting facts about Communism and no longer in 1848 they decided to write and publish ‘ Communism Manifesco’ , which was thought to be one of the best and influential political books ever. Under

  • Central Europe-Based U.S. Anti-missile Shields

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    with the Czech Republic and Poland to set up missile sites within the boundaries of their countries. As shown in the image below, missile sites would be places just beside Redzikowo air base in Poland. The defended area is seen to be the entirety of Europe (as these shields were meant for defensive purposes only), though as Russia has commented, the only known Iranian missile, the Shahab-3, has a maximum range of about 2,000km. This distance is not even enough to reach the outer boundaries of Poland

  • East Central Europe Between the Two World Wars by Joseph Rothschild

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    “East Central Europe between the Two World Wars,” written by Joseph Rothschild, is ninth volume of the 11-volume series of books written about the history of East Central Europe. Each book in the series provides study of specific period of time in different historical context and this particular volume concentrates on the countries of East Central Europe in the interwar period. The book is rich with detailed information about each state-nation that was established in the given period and it tries

  • Business Development Policy of the Post-Socialist States of Central and Eastern Europe

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    the Post-Socialist States of Central and Eastern Europe DISSERTATION PROPOSAL 1. Title of Dissertation: Small & Medium Business Development Policy of the Post-Socialist States of Central and Eastern Europe in their Transition to an Open Market Economy: Lessons and Applications for Cuba. 2. Aim of Dissertation & Motivation for Research: The objective of this dissertation is to study the small and medium business policies developed in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as a result of their

  • Witchcraft in the Middle Ages of Europe and Central America: Women, Men and Beasts

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    The study of witchcraft and its presence in the high middle ages of Europe and Central America is the fundamental significance in the understanding of mankind. It not only explores notions of theology, spirituality, social psychology, history of social protest but also highlights the issue that is the female position. This essay attempts to deal with the epidemic of Witch persecutions, how the phenomenon came about and to what degree and whom was it accepted. It will attempt to understand the context

  • Extent Inquisition Impacted Witchcraft Trials in Central Europe from 1199 to 1580

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    Inquisition impact witchcraft trials in the region of Central Europe from 1199 to 1580? This investigations seeks to evaluate the Inquisition in full but not limited to the effect on heresy, heretics, witches, and witchcraft. The sources used for this research investigation are the three written sources with secondary and primary material, which are listed as follows, Witchcraft by Robert Hart, Witches and Witchcraft Jeremy Kingston, and Witchcraft in Europe 400-1700 by Alan Charles Kors and Edward Peters

  • Exploring Why Central Eastern Europe Was Re-Created After World War I

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    Exploring Why Central Eastern Europe Was Re-Created After World War I One of the reasons for recreating Central Eastern Europe after World War One was the policy of self-determination, which was put forward and fiercely supported by an American president, Woodrow Wilson, who also had very democratic ideas. He, as well as the other peacemakers argued that people who thought of themselves as a nation should form a single state. For example, Poles should live in a country called Poland, which

  • Exploring the Political, Social, and Economic Factors that Helped Communists to Rule in East-Central Europe After 1944

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    INTRODUCTION In 1939, the Communist USSR entered into a pact with Nazi Germany containing a secret protocol that divided the eastern part of Europe into German and Soviet interests. While the two signed a non-aggression treaty that should last for ten years, it was only to buy time to prepare their troops to attack the other. Joseph Stalin, the de facto leader of the Soviet Union, was consumed about reforming his army after losing most of his senior officers, who were either detained or executed

  • To What Extent have Voters and Politicians in Central and Eastern Europe Reverted to Illiberal Policies Since Joining the EU?

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    Since joining the EU, countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have been reported to have reverted to illiberal policies. This essay addresses this topic by examining broad trends in the region, firstly defining ‘illiberal policies’ and why these might occur once EU conditionalities have weakened post-accession. It then analyses the extent to which there is evidence of ‘backsliding’, if this is present amongst voters and politicians, and whether it can be explained by weakening EU conditionalities