Armenian Journal of Political Science No 1‚  2015


Tigran Torosyan

The role of constitutional processes in the transformation of post-communist states

Jerzy Jaskiernia

Influence of the European Democratic Standards on the Constitutional Development in Poland after 1989

Thomas Markert

Constitutional amendment procedures as a challenge to new democracies

Andrey Medushevsky

The Russian Constitution of 1993: what is it today?

Vardan Poghosyan

Evolution of Constitutional System of Powers in Armenia. Results and Perspectives

Anna Khvorostyankina

Constitutional Reforms and Post-Soviet Transformation in Ukraine: Challenges on the Way to the Rule of Law


Marine Kirakosyan

The Possibilities of Increasing the Efficiency of International Territorial Administration


Three Stages, Three Groups and Three Paradigms of Post-Soviet Transformation

Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences
Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences
Two decades after the start of post-Soviet transformation, discussions on the theoretical grounds of that process are still ongoing. While a decade ago it was possible to unequivocally assert that it is not the continuation of the third wave of democratisation and that the theories and models of regime transitions, recorded before the collapse of the USSR, can only to a first approximation be applied to post-Soviet transformation study, later doubt was cast upon the existence of a general paradigm for the process. Nevertheless, several patterns are evident in the process, and the article views the modelling possibility of that exceptionally complex and multi-vector process.

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