Special Report on
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The years 2009-2011 are rich with anniversaries in the region. Some–such as the June 1989 anniversary of the Polish elections that brought to power the region’s first non-communist prime minister in 40 years, the August 1989 opening of Hungary’s borders that broke the Iron Curtain, the remarkable scenes at Berlin’s Brandenburg gate in October-November 1989, or the subsequent ‘velvet revolution’ in Czechoslovakia–now elicit almost uniformly positive assessments. Other events–such as the January 1990 introduction of ‘shock therapy’ in Poland, the June 1991 short but ominous war over Slovenia’s secession from Yugoslavia, or the ...
The multiple crises of economy, environment and governance brought back state in the centre of political and policy discourse. Those who promoted the idea of state as a corollary of the market seem to have lost their legitimacy- in the face of the multiple crises. So there is a need to revitalize the relationship between the people and state, in relation to the discourse on human development and democracy. The renewed focus on the role and relevance of “inclusive, responsive and capable” state is also a timely response to the multiple shifts in the development discourse ... Read More
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