Vents d'est: Vers l'europe des États de Droit

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Vents d'est: Vers l'europe des États de Droit

Edited by Pierre Grémion and Pierre Hassner
Presses Universitaires de France, 1990
141 pp.

Scholars of differing disciplines and from different countries (U.S.S.R., Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary) write on the trends now evident in the East toward democracy, respect for human rights and the establishment of états de droit. Grémion in his introduction and Hassner in a concluding chapter bring clarity and depth of perception to Eastern Europe's choices and relate them to the destiny of the West. If there is to be a common European home, on what principles should it rest?

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