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The Power and Limits of NGOs: A Critical Look at Building Democracy in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Edited by Sarah E. Mendelson and John K. Glenn

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Paper, 300 pages,
ISBN: 978-0-231-12491-1
$34.00 / £23.50

September, 2002
Cloth, 300 pages,
ISBN: 978-0-231-12490-4
$105.00 / £72.50

1. Introduction: Transnational Networks and NGOs in Post-Communist Societies, by Sarah E. Mendelson and John K. Glenn

2. International Actors and Women's NGOs in Poland and Hungary: The Difference They Have Made, by Patrice C. McMahon

3. Evaluating Western Assistance to Russian Women's Organizations, by James Richter

4. International Assistance and the Development of Independent Mass Media in the Czech and Slovak Republics, by Karen Ballentine

5. Western and Russian Environmental NGOs: A Greener Russia?, by Leslie Powell

6. Environmental NGOs in Kazakhstan: Democratic Goals and Non-Democratic Outcomes, by Erika Weinthal and Pauline Jones Luong

7. International Democracy Assistance In Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan: Building Civil Society From the Outside?, by Fiona B. Adamson

8. International NGOs in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Attempting to Build Civil Society, by V.P. Gagnon, Jr.

9. Conclusion: The Power and Limits of Transnational Democracy Networks in Post-Communist Societies, by Sarah E. Mendelson

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About the Author

Sarah E. Mendelson is a senior fellow with the Center for Strategic & International Studies Russia and Eurasia Program. She lives in Washington, DC. John K. Glenn is the executive director of the Council for European Studies at Columbia University.

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