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  Volume 19, Number 2, Summer-Fall 1999

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review

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Foreword

pp. vii-ix
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Assessing a Decade

Eastern Europe and the FSU after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The First Decade after the Collapse of Communism: Why Did Some Nations Succeed in their Political and Economic Transformations While Others Failed?

pp. 1-15
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The Changing Economic Complexion of Eastern Europe and Russia: Results and Lessons of the 1990s

pp. 16-45
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Central Europe Has Joined NATO: The Continuing Search for a More Perfect Habsburg Empire

pp. 47-59
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China after Tiananmen

Memory and Mourning: China Ten Years after Tiananmen

pp. 61-79
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Reckoning the Past

Nuremberg Misremembered

pp. 81-96
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Individual Accountability for Crimes against Humanity: Reckoning with the Past, Thinking of the Future

pp. 97-131
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Challenges of Trans-National History: Historians and the Nanjing Atrocity

pp. 133-147
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Spain's Transition to Democracy

pp. 149-155
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Letter from Paris: Cities, Europe, and the Global Economy

pp. 157-160
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Third Party Mediation: An Obstacle to Peace in Nagorno Karabakh

pp. 161-183
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Reviews

Assessing a Decade

Eastern Europe and the FSU after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Nations and States in Russia and the West

pp. 185-201
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A World of New Security Dilemmas

pp. 203-209
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NATO Enlargement: Who, Why, and How?

pp. 211-217
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After the Collapse: Russia Seeks its Place as a Great Power (review)

p. 219
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Slovakia since Independence : A Struggle for Democracy (review)

p. 220
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China after Tiananmen

Secret Deals in an Open Society

pp. 221-225
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Towards an Intercultural Conception of Human Rights

pp. 227-231
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Reckoning the Past

Taking the Movies to War: An Introduction to the Role of Film in Understanding War

pp. 233-235
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The Thin Red Line: Let it Slip Away

pp. 237-241
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Can Tojo Inspire Modern Japan?

pp. 243-250
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The Ghost of Ultra-Nationalism Haunts Japan

pp. 251-255
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The Debate on National Identity and the Martin Walser Speech: How Does Germany Reckon with its Past?

pp. 257-266
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Becoming Normal the Austrian Way

pp. 267-271
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The German Predicament: Memory and Power in the New Europe (review)

p. 272
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Fault Lines: Journeys Into the New South Africa (review)

p. 273
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