Three East European States
This paper discusses political and economic changes made by Bulgaria, Romania and Albania following the fall of the Soviet Union.
# 84258 | 1,350 words | 5 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in European Studies (Collapse of the Soviet Empire) , European Studies (Post-Soviet Period, 1990 on) , Economics (Globalization)
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This paper discusses the political and economic transition made by three East European countries after the fall of the Soviet Union. The writer shows how the political system and the economic systems are linked and how success in one aids with the other. Further the writer points out how well Bulgaria has done and how Romania has also achieved change, while Albania has had a more difficult time.
From the Paper:"After the breakup of the Soviet Union and the Soviet bloc it controlled, the different countries of Eastern Europe faced the need to develop political and economic systems of their own. Pressure from the West was directed toward getting these states to create more democratic institutions and a free market system, though there were many obstacles to these goals, including history and the dire economic problems facing many of these countries. As a result, it is not surprising that results have been mixed, with different countries achieving different levels of development and political systems with differing degrees of democracy."
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