Peter Goliaš

Threats to Democracy in Slovakia

Peter Goliaš, Jozef Hajko, and Michal Piško, Introduction In 1989, communist regimes crumbled in Central Europe. To a large extent, it was due to communism’s inability to keep pace with the economic development seen in the democratic world. A standard of living, which was lagging behind, was an important cause of dissatisfaction among people in the region. The process of catching up started with the transition to democracy and market economy. Read more…

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