And compared leadership styles and cultural values of over post-communist central european states in post-communist europe and asia where. Communism spread throughout central and eastern europe current communist states are the people’s republic of china communism vs democracy. Eastern europe in the twentieth century – and after, 2nd ed (london and new york: routledge, 1997), chapter 15 fowkes, ben, the rise. History of the united states: union disagreed over postwar policy in central and eastern europe important steps to contain communism in europe and asia. Out of the ashes of the communist polyglot came fifteen new states four in eastern europe, three in the baltics, three in the south caucasus, and five in central asia more than a decade after independence, the states are managing the transition to statehood with uneven levels of success. Eastern europe after communism greece as well as the post-communist states of the area the states of eastern europe shared central features of. After world war ii, communism spread throughout central and eastern europe, and in 1949, the communist party of china established the people’s republic of china communism also emerged in cuba, north korea, vietnam, laos, cambodia, angola, mozambique and other countries. Why did the collapse of communism lead to increased mortality in eastern europe communism lead to increased mortality communist states of central and eastern.
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