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by Anders Uhlin
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  • Author:
    Anders Uhlin
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Uhlin's second chapter constitutes an excellent general introduction to the relationship between democracy and civil society.

The authors compare civil society development in Russia and Ukraine in recent years in terms of civil society's structure and relationships with the state and the broader society. 3 Existing studies focus on consolidation of the political system, conformity to international standards, the development of civil society and integration of ethnic minorities (Zielonka and Pravda 2001, Uhlin 2006).

The development of civil society has varied greatly across the former Soviet Union. The Baltic states have achieved a high level of integration with the West and European Union membership, while some regions in Russia lag far behind

The development of civil society has varied greatly across the former Soviet Union. The Baltic states have achieved a high level of integration with the West and European Union membership, while some regions in Russia lag far behind. Acknowledging the enormous variation throughout the region, the book offers unique data on developments in Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The development of civil society has varied greatly across the former Soviet Union Society and Democratization: A Multilevel Analysis The Development of Post-Soviet Civil Society Qualitative and Quantitative Indicators of Democracy Civil. Society and Democratization: A Multilevel Analysis The Development of Post-Soviet Civil Society Qualitative and Quantitative Indicators of Democracy Civil Society and Democratization Three Models of Civil Society and Democracy Conclusion. Anders Uhlin is associate professor of political science at Lund University, Sweden.

The Baltic states have achieved a high level of integration with the West and European Union membership, while some regions in Russia lag far behind.

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Post-Soviet Civil Society offers unique data on developments in Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The development of civil society has varied greatly across the former Soviet Union.

The development of civil society has varied greatly across the former Soviet Union. The Baltic states have achieved a high level of integration with the West and European Union membership, while some regions in Russia lag far behind.

Now for the first time there is a comparative study of civil society and democratization across post-Soviet national borders. Acknowledging the enormous variation throughout the region, the book offers unique data on developments in Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Applying an innovative analytical framework derived from theories of democratization, civil society, social movements and transnational relations, the researchershave formulated broader comparisons and generalisations without neglecting the specific post-Soviet context. The book provides a systematic comparison across sectors as well as nations, andincludeschapters on NGOs, the state and conflict, and transnationalisation. Quantitative survey data is combined with qualitative interviews and case study research to both confirm previous findings about the weakness of post-communist civil society and to qualify previous research.