This paper evaluates reforms in the structure of intergovernmental relations in Eastern Europe since the breakup of the Soviet Union, focusing on eight recent EU accession countries: the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. It reviews each country’s response to the economic and political upheavals of the immediate post-Soviet era and their gradual convergence on a common “eastern European model” of intergovernmental relations.
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