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Why Neo-Militant Democracies Endure, The Inner Six in Comparative Perspective

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- About the contributors -- Acknowledgments -- I Introduction -- 1 Methodological and Theoretical Assumptions for Studying the Endurance of Neo-militant Democracies -- 2 Central and Eastern Europe From the Great Recession to Warfare Times: Labile Endurance of Quasi- and Neo-militant Democracies -- 3 The Inner Six in a Historical Context: From Militant to Neo-militant Democracies -- II Case Studies -- 4 Ignore Threats or Believe in the Inviolability of Rules? Restrictions on the Freedom of Association, Registration, and Functioning of Political Parties -- 5 Electoral Rights for All? Restrictions on Passive and Active Voting Rights -- 6 Dissent Within and Beyond the Boundaries of Legality: Restrictions on the Freedom of Assembly -- 7 Did Neo-militant Democracy Deal With Changes in Media Systems Efficiently? Restrictions on Freedom of Speech and the Press -- 8 Religion as a Political Tool for Dividing Societies: Restrictions on the Freedom of Religion -- 9 LGBTQI+ Erasure or Progress in Protecting Human Rights? Restrictions on the Rights of LGBTQI+ People -- 10 Between Inclusive and Exclusive Policies: Restrictions on Naturalization and Migrants' Rights -- 11 Facing New Threats: Restrictions on Terrorism and Hybrid Interference -- 12 Avenues for Studies on Pandemic-Ridden and Warfare Times Neo-militant Democracies -- III Conclusion -- 13 The Endurance of Neo-militant Democracies in Comparative Perspective -- Index
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