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Import regimes in selected Socialist countries of Eastern Europe

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

Import regimes in selected Socialist countries of Eastern Europe

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by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

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Published by United Nations in [Geneva] .
Written in English


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Statementby the UNCTAD secretariat.
SeriesUNCTAD/ST/MD/14
The Physical Object
Pagination53p. ;
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14078029M

Within three years, the Communist regimes collapsed and individual nations gained freedom, initially in the USSR’s satellite countries and then within the Soviet Union itself. The structures of the Eastern bloc disintegrated with the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact and Comecon. The Soviet Union broke up into independent republics.   Examples of this are the Chinese Revolution of and the Cuban Revolution of The Kuomintang and Batista regimes in China and Cuba, respectively, fell only after being defeated in revolutionary wars. Moreover, Eastern Europe’s socialist states did not collapse before, but during or after, the onset of popular uprisings.

This is a first attempt at advancing some generalization about the Bank's analytical work on socialist economies. It is based on a very selective review of Bank work on socialist member countries, and of the literature in the field of comparative economic systems.   However, bearing in mind the contemporary history of Central and Eastern Europe, several social movements, demonstrations or other forms of citizen participation had a great influence on crucial political and societal developments in socialist times such as the Hungarian Revolution of , the Prague Spring in the late s, SolidarnoSC in.

Both within and beyond Europe there would have been an organized labour movement even without socialism. Prior to the First World War, Britain had no significant socialist party. In the last quarter of the twentieth century, Japan has emerged as, arguably, the most successful capitalist country of the world, but has so far produced only a weak. This is because the changeover from socialism to capitalism in most Eastern European countries was without precedent (Swain, ). The reworking the discourses and concepts used to make sense of the social and political landscape led political and economic changes in Eastern Europe. However, not all groups have fared well in the.


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The country practices a strict version of the Marxism-Leninism socialism. Cuba has a history of participating in revolutionary movements in other nations, including Angola, which later became a socialist country. Former Socialist Countries.

Angola is one of the few countries in Sub-Saharan Africa considered to be socialist. Several past and present states have declared themselves socialist states or in the process of building majority of self-declared socialist countries have been Marxist–Leninist or inspired by it, following the model of the Soviet Union or some form of people's or national share a common definition of socialism and they refer to themselves as socialist states on.

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The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) that existed during the Cold War (–) in opposition to the capitalist Western Western Europe, the term Eastern Bloc generally referred to the USSR.

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There remained, however, possibilities for other socialist escapes, particularly time spent free from party ideology and the mundane routines of. free market capitalism. Recent research seeks to extend the regime typology to the New Europe, studying the transition of post‐socialist social protection as they came under the influence of international organizations and as a dozen countries joined the European Union in and.

Thus, Soviet foreign trade corporations limited their efforts to Eastern Europe and China, establishing Soviet-owned companies in these countries and setting up joint-stock companies on very favorable terms. Comecon, founded inunited the economies of Eastern Europe with that of .Additional Physical Format: Online version: Staar, Richard Felix, Communist regimes in Eastern Europe.

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