Democracy, State and Society. European Integration in Central and Eastern Europe

Democracy, State and Society. European Integration in Central and Eastern Europe

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In the years after the breakthrough events of 1989, the concept of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) came to be widely used as a synonym for the group of ten countries from the former Eastern Bloc aspiring to EU membership.


This book is an attempt to demonstrate and assess the changes resulting from the EU enlargements of 2004 and 2007 and European integration processes, identifying both the similarities and the differences in the countries of the region.


This volume is addressed to those interested in Central and Eastern Europe. It has two main aims: first, to present the recent alterations in the region resulting from the processes of European integration; second, to offer an account of the process of Europeanisation in the countries occurring after accession to the EU that goes beyond just conditionality mechanisms. The collection also attempts to reflect on and contribute to the discussion on how the changes taking place in CEE influence theorisation on Europeanisation – a concept initially constructed in order to tackle the changes taking place in response to the processes of European integration in the old member states. The book is divided into four parts, each concentrating on an area where the changes seem to be most profound and most interesting from the point of view of theorising on the impact of the European integration processes: democratic consolidation in the region, collective identity construction, functioning of civil society and studies on foreign policy and international relations.


Liczba stron320
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
ISBN-13978-83-233-3208-4
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjipolski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  List of contributors    7
  Magdalena Góra, Katarzyna Zielińska, Europeanisation in the EU New Member States. Aspects and Research Agendas    13
  Part one: Democracy after Enlargement    27
    Christopher Lord, The Quality of Democracy    29
    Grzegorz Ekiert, Dilemmas of Europeanisation: Eastern and Central Europe after the EU Enlargement    37
    Darina Malová, Branislav Dolný, The Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Challenges to Democracy?    63
    Nicole Gallina, Political Elite Behaviour in Eastern Central Europe: Provoking Populism and Nationalism?    79
    Jacques Rupnik, From Democracy Fatigue to Populist Backlash    95
  Part two: Identity Transformations    105
    Zdzisław Mach, The Identity of Europeans after the EU Enlargement    107
    Gerard Delanty, Peripheries and Borders in a Post-Western Europe    113
    Georges Mink, Between Reconciliation and the Reactivation of Past Conflicts in Europe: Rethinking Social Memory Paradigms    127
    André Liebich, How Different is the “New Europe”? Perspectives on States and Minorities    147
  Part three: Civil Society Organisations in Central and Eastern Europe    169
    Hans-Jörg Trenz, Bottom-up Europeanisation: Civil Society Involvement and EU Governance in the New Member States    171
    Ondřej Císař, Kateřina Vráblíková, The Europeanisation of Social Movements in the Czech Republic:    179
    Imogen Sudbery, The European Union as Political Resource: NGOs as Change Agents?    201
    Kristian L. Nielsen, Eiki Berg, Gulnara Roll, Undiscovered Avenues? Estonian Civil Society Organisations as Agents of Europeanisation    221
  Part four: Europeanisation of International Relations    239
    Magdalena Góra, The Changing Nature of Foreign Policy and International Relations in Central and Eastern Europe    241
    Maria Mälksoo, From Existential Politics Towards Normal Politics? The Baltic States in the Enlarged Europe    249
    Nathaniel Copsey, Karolina Pomorska, Poland’s Power and Influence in the European Union: The Case of Ist Eastern Policy    271
    Martin Dangerfield, Visegrad Group Cooperation and “Europeanisation” of New EU Member States    293
  Index    311
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