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Nations in Transit - Slovakia (1998 – 2003)

Supported by: Freedom House


Project span:
September – December of the calendar year (1998 – 2003)


Project team:
Grigorij Mesežnikov, coordinator 1998-2003; Miroslav Kollár, author 1999- 2003; Michal Vašečka, author 1999-2003; Jozef Majchrák, author 2000-2003


Co-organizing Institutions: M.E.S.A. 10 (1998 – 2000)

 

Objective: To contribute chapters for the analytical yearbook mapping developments in the transforming countries in the areas of the political and constitutional system, human rights, public opinion, rule of law, civil society, the media, the fight against corruption, and various macro-economic indicators. The project includes an elaboration of a rating for the Slovak Republic in the above-mentioned areas.


Outputs:
Each year the project has one output - Chapter "Slovakia" in the publication:


A. Karatnycky – A. Motyl – Ch. Graybow: Nations in Transit 1998. Civil Society, Democracy, and Markets in East Central Europe and the Newly Independent States. New York: Freedom House, 1999.


A. Karatnycky – A. Motyl – A. Piano: Nations in Transit 1999 - 2000. Civil Society, Democracy, and Markets in East Central Europe and the Newly Independent States. New York: Freedom House, 2000.


A. Karatnycky – A. Motyl – A. Schnetzer: Nations in Transit 2001. Civil Society, Democracy, and Markets in East Central Europe and the Newly Independent States. New York: Freedom House, 2001.


A. Karatnycky – A. Motyl – A. Schnetzer: Nations in Transit 2002. Civil Society, Democracy, and Markets in East Central Europe and the Newly Independent States. New York: Freedom House, 2002.


A. Karatnycky – A. Motyl – A. Schnetzer: Nations in Transit 2003. Civil Society, Democracy, and Markets in East Central Europe and the Newly Independent States. New York: Freedom House, 2003.



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