ABSTRACT. Kuzio discusses the fate of successor Communist parties within the parameters of previous regime type, political opposition in the Communist era and the nationality question. Bojkov analyses the process of EU enlargement with reference to the progress that Bulgaria and Romania have made within it. Pop-Eleches analyzes the reasons for the remarkable adaptability and electoral success of Communist successor parties in post-1990 Romania. Bunce and Wolchik assert that, over the past decade, a number of elections in postcommunist regimes perched between democracy and dictatorship have led to the triumph of liberal oppositions over illiberal incumbents or their anointed successors.


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