The Republic of Bulgaria's transition of Democracy : political and social implications
Dimitrova, Daniela Gr.
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This thesis examines the democratization of the Republic of Bulgaria since 1989, the year of radical changes in the world and Eastern and Central Europe in particular. A review of history and events since 1944 provides clues to understand of the contemporary events on the Bulgarian political and social scene. The thesis describes the major actors and agents of the changes in the country. By dwelling upon some of the major achievements of the current government in the process of democratizaton, as well as the progress in the development of civil-military relations in the country, the thesis suggests the way ahead for the reform of politics, society and security in South Eastern Europe and Bulgaria.
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