'A most valuable contribution to the present debates about EU enlargement.' --International Affairs
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Paul Barry Clarke is the co-editor of the Dictionary of Ethics, Theology and Society (Routledge, 1995) and the editor of Citizenship: A Reader (Pluto Press, 1994). He teaches in the Department of Government at the University of Essex.Review:
'Timely as well as iconoclastic ... He dissects Western illusions about the East both accurately and angrily, showing how Easterners have turned into the noble savages of the new age.' --Tom Nairn '[It] will bring support to those who fear that long-standing misconceptions and prejudices [about Eastern Europe] have simply been recast - and to others it is to be hoped that it will bring illumination ... ' --Professor Michael Waller, Journal of Comm Studies & Transition Politics 'An important and innovative contribution to challenging the damaging, yet popular, myth of a cultural rift between East and West.' --Professor Edward Friedman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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