1. How would you explain the pattern of post-Cold War development in Eastern Europe? Why were some states more successful than others?
2. What explains the dominant role of the Israeli/Palestine issue has played in the Middle Eastern politics since 1945?
3. Why do you think women and children remain the most vulnerable populations on the planet?
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Post-Cold War development in the Eastern Europe included transitions from communism to democracy in terms of politics, from central planning to open markets in terms of economy and from governmental control to private citizen in terms of culture and social life. While some states and regions in Eastern Europe before the Cold War were more traditionally connected to West (Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Eastern parts of Germany and Poland) others had a stronger bond with the East and most notably with Russia (Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia). When Soviet Union collapsed the counties that have had a more liberal and western history had more easily adapted to the new circumstances while the ones that had no experience with liberal democracies and open markets immediately went into a spiral of recessions and political crisis....
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