Strategická nejednoznačnost a politická změna v postkomunistické Evropě: Úvodní nástin

Paloma Arana, José-Miguel Palacios

Abstrakt

Three important advantages of strategic ambiguity have been essential to promote political change, both internal and external, in Central, Eastern Europe and the Balkans since the fall of the Berlin Wall: a) Promotes unified diversity; b) Facilitates organizational change; c) Preserves a Privileged position. With the end of the democratic consolidation, the reasons for adopting a policy of strategic ambiguity disappear. The level of ambiguity is, thus, considerably reduced. Although the ambiguity offers still some advantages, many of them are compensated by important inconvenients.

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Arana, P., & Palacios, J. (2003). Strategická nejednoznačnost a politická změna v postkomunistické Evropě: Úvodní nástin. Středoevropské politické studie, 5(2–3). Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/3945

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strategic ambiguity; Central and Eastern Europe; democratic transition;

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