Globalization and regime change. Lessons from the New Russia and the New Europe.
The chapters in this volume provide a rich cabinet of studies analyzing how the people ad governments of Russia and East Central Europe have reacted to the rapid and often-dramatic changes in their world since the end of the Cold War. Enormously useful both for its detailed case studies and its effective employment of notions of globalization, domestic and international regime change, and what editors term the 'codependency' of these phenomena. - Robert H. Linden