Published September 30, 1992 by Praeger Publishers .
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* Widely applicable evaluation of democratization processes in post-conflict situations * Essays from academics, practitioners, and military personnel with experience in Yugoslavia and surrounding regions In Transacting Transition, scholars and practitioners with first-hand knowledge of foreign assistance programs, recount what happens when democracy goes local, and principles like transparency, Cited by: Edited by two of the world's leading analysts of post communist Yugoslavia in the Age of Democracy book, this book brings together distinguished specialists on Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia/Montenegro, 5/5(2).
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