American Waves
  Diversity in America
  Eye on the High Court
  Fathers of Faith
  Footsteps of Lincoln
  Genes & Biotechnology
  Media in Review
  Millennial Moments
  Peoples of the World
  Profiles in Character
  Scientists: Past & Present
  Speech & Debate
  The U.S. Constitution
  Traveling the Globe
  Worldwide Folktales
  World of Nature
  Writers & Writing

Click on a title below to access either an individual article (denoted by an asterisk) or a set of articles published as a Special Report. The issue of publication appears in parentheses.

Special Reports for "Area Studies > Russian/Soviet"

Eastern Europe in Transition

Despite setbacks, democratization and market reform have been institutionalized in the key countries of eastern Europe.
John Harrington/The World & I 
Industrial growth in the Czech Republic has been spurred by a liberal privatization program that has reformed roughly two-thirds of the economy.

Seven years after the collapse of communism in eastern and central Europe, it is easy to focus on the many difficulties of advancing ...

Committed to Reform
While the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland have displayed strong growth, questions remain over the depth of their reforms. ...

A Still Divided Germany
The economic division of the country has exacerbated the psychological one. ...

The Need for Western Leadership
The United States and western Europe must encourage economic growth and political stability in the east European countries. ...

Copyright 2019 The World & I Online. All rights reserved.
About Us  |  Contact Us  |  FAQ  |  Terms of Use  I   Privacy Policy