A New Europe for the Old?

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Stephen Richards Graubard
Transaction Publishers, 1997 - History - 276 pages
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Since 1989, it has been possible to review what has been published both at home & abroad on the communist states of Central & Eastern Europe &, no less importantly, on the Soviet Union itself, from a new perspective. Few have chosen to engage in this Herculean task, whether out of a residual civility in not wishing to mock certain aging scholarss whose research would appear curiously dated, or out of a sense of fatigue with the whole subject of casting aspersions on mistaken views. A New Europe for the Old? asks whether the master narratives that circulated so widely in the West in the half century since 1945 remain valid. The editor's volume raises pertinent questions regarding the current state of the European world as it has evolved since 1989. He includes contributions from important scholars around the world. A New Europe for the Old? provides greater sympathy for the complexity of societies, & argues for greater tolerance of those that are small, & that do not cast a long shadow in the world today. In the twenty-first as in the twentieth century, they may be engines of change, both as a result of the disorder that they produce as well as the ways in which their values, however seemingly antiquated, survive & prosper, & not only in their native lands. This volume will intrigue historians & European studies scholars alike.
 

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Contents

Martin Malia
1
Tim Judah
23
Marcus Tanner
47
Tom Gallagher
63
Roman Szporluk
85
Khazanov
121
Barbara Ischinger
143
Jan U Clauss
159
Vivien A Schmidt
167
The European Debate on Citizenship
199
Dario Biocca
223
Arne Ruth
241
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