Histoire du Parti communiste tchécoslovaque
Des origines à la prise du pouvoir
Czechoslovak Communism produced both the most ruthless and entrenched stalinism in Eastern Europe and the most daring expriment in attempting to give socialism a " human place ". How to account for such a sharp contrast ? By writing its history. Drawing on ail the sources accessible today, Jacques Rupnik examines the background of this fundamental duality of Czechoslovak Communism. He shows the weight of the traditionally démocratie political culture of the country as well as the rôle of domestic factors in the formation of what he calls " indigenous stalinism ". Besides the officiai Party history published in Prague, there was no available comprehensive study of the history of Czechoslovak Communism. Starting from the scattered pièces of the puzzle left to us by the Czechoslovak historiography silenced after 1968, Jacques Rupnik continues its work by attempting what it did not hâve the time to produce : a reinterpretation of the history of the Czechoslovak Communist Party.
Géopolitique de la démocratisation
L'Europe et ses voisinagesThe Geopolitics of Democratisation
Europe and its neighbours
The EU's greatest success of the past twenty years remains the expansion of its democratic model to Eastern Europe. But its neighborhood policy should be reassessed in the light of the Ukrainian crisis, the Arab revolutions, etc. By the most prominent experts, this book invites readers to reconsider the relationship between the EU and its borders.
Les banlieues de l'Europe
Les politiques de voisinage de l'Union européenneThe Suburbs of Europe
European Neighborhood Policy
An analysis of the European neighborhood policy, its reception by the concerned nations (Ukraine, Georgia, Moldavia, Balkans, Turkey) and the issues Europe must respond frome the Russian border to Euro-mediterranean partnership.
Les Européens face à l'élargissement
Perceptions, acteurs, enjeuxFacing Enlargement
Perception, actors, issues
This work puts together a synthesis of the changes among the political elites and public opinion by means of 15 years of surveys and polls carried out among both the older and new member countries, and also beyond the borders of Europe.