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Postsozialistische Krisen

  • Klaus Müller

Zusammenfassung

Ein knappes Jahrzehnt nach dem Beginn der postkommunistischen Transformationen gehen die Ansichten über die Erfolge der bisherigen Reformpolitik und die Zukunft der osteuropäischen Gesellschaften weit auseinander. Nachrichten über erstaunliche Fortschritte in Richtung auf Demokratie und Marktwirtschaft stehen unverbunden neben sehr viel dunkler getönten Berichten über den Verlust wirtschaftlicher Entwicklungsfähigkeit, über politische Apathie und soziale Desintegration. Obwohl die Bewertung der postkommunistischen Politik mittlerweile auf die Erfahrungen von mehr als 30 Reformstaaten zurückgreifen kann, hat sie bislang keineswegs zu einhelligen Ergebnissen geführt.

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