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Post-communism has been defined as the transition period following the breakup of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. In Post-Communism: An Introduction, Leslie Holmes presents a thematic discussion on the complex nature of post-communism. Holmes includes historical background as well as analyses of new political institutions, social movements, and civil society. He discusses environmental and gender-related issues, nationalism, ethnic politics, and changing international allegiances. Comprehensive and up-to-date, this accessible account of one of the defining eras of the twentieth century will be essential reading for students of politics as well as the general reader.
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"Holmes has written an encyclopedic introduction to post-communism as it exists in the former communist states of Eastern Europe and the former USSR. [His] discussion ranges widely across countries. . . . It will remain the standard against which such works will be judged for a long time to come." --Graeme Gill, "Australian Journal of Political Science"
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