Latvia in Transition
Cambridge University Press, 23 Φεβ 1996 - 214 σελίδες
Latvia in Transition provides the material necessary to understand present-day Latvia. The author examines the main events, processes and problems of the transitional period of this country from a dependent and Moscow-dominated Soviet Republic to an independent and also interdependent state. The book presents the most relevant and essential aspects of Latvia's history, politics, economics and society. The historical analysis highlights the formative events which are still recalled in Latvian political discourse. The period of awakening is discussed in detail to reflect its world-wide resonance and impact on similar processes in other Soviet Republics. The creation of a new state and the establishment of democracy have forced the elite to cope with a multitude of problems simultaneously. This book describes the approach to politics, market economics, ethnic relations and the environment, and also reasserted impact of religion.
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agriculture areas August Baltic republics Bank Bank of Latvia became Belorussians Bolshevik citizens citizenship claimed coalition countries created cultural Daugavpils decreased democracy democratic deportations deputies Diena economic elections elites empire especially Estonia ethnic groups Europe European forces foreign former Soviet German Helsinki 86 Ibid important independent Latvia individuals industry initiated institutions January Jaunatne Jews June Jurmala Karlis Ulmanis Labrit Latgale Latvian CP Latvian government Latvian independence Latvian language Latvian People's Front Latvian political Latvian SSR Latvian Supreme Council Latvijas Vestnesis leaders leadership Lithuania major March million Minister minority Moscow nationalist Nazi non-Latvians occupation October organizations Padomju parliament pensions percent of Latvians period of awakening privatization problems production Red Army reforms regime Riga Russian Russian-speaking Russophones Saeima social Soviet republics Soviet Union Supreme Soviet tion totalitarian transition Ulmanis USSR vote Western
Σελίδα 17 - elections to the USSR Congress of People's Deputies in the spring of 1989