The Prague Spring and Its Aftermath: Czechoslovak Politics, 1968-1970

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Cambridge University Press, 8. 9. 1997 - Počet stran: 270
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The Prague Spring of 1968 was amongst the most important episodes in post-war European politics. In this book Kieran Williams analyses the attempt at reform socialism under Alexander Dubcek using materials and sources which have become available in the wake of the 1989 revolution. Drawing on declassified documents from party archives, the author readdresses important questions surrounding the Prague Spring: why did liberalization occur? What was it intended to achieve? Why did the Soviet Union intervene with force? What was the political outcome of the invasion? What part did the reformers play in ending the experiment in reform socialism? What was the role of the security police under Dubcek? The book will provide new information for specialists as well as introductory analysis and narrative for students of East European politics and history and Soviet foreign policy.
 

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Liberalization
3
Intervention
29
Normalization
39
January 1968December 1970
61
The erosion of Soviet trust
63
The failure of Operation Danube
112
Dubceks normalization
144
The realist ascendancy
192
The security police in the Dubcek period
210
After Dubcek
226
Select bibliography
254
Index
266
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