POLS 345 - Russian, Central, and East European Politics

  • 3 credits

Political structures and processes in Russia, Central and East Europe, and selected post-Communist countries.

Freshmen not allowed.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

POLS 241 (Comparative Government and Politics).

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • After The Wall, 4th Ed.
    Hensel
    ISBN: 9781586485597
  • Central & East European Politics, 3rd Ed.
    Wolchik
    ISBN: 9781442224216
  • Politics of Privatization, 11th Ed.
    GOULD
    ISBN: 9781588267832
  • Understanding Contemporary Russia, 9th Ed.
    Bressler
    ISBN: 9781588265616

Instructors

Marni Berg

(970) 491-6338 | marni.berg@colostate.edu

Marni Berg (marni.berg@colostate.edu) has a Bachelor's Degree in International Affairs from University of Colorado in Boulder; a multidisciplinary degree (Pol. sci. History Economics French etc). I started my Master's Degree in the School of International Service at the American University in Washington D.C. and interned at the Brookings Institution in Russian Foreign Economic Policy. I finished my M.A. in Political Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder with an emphasis on International Relations and wrote my thesis on International Law and the Effects of Perestroika in the Soviet Union. I earned my PhD from Colorado State University in Political Science with an emphasis on International Environmental Politics Comparative Central and Eastern European Politcs and International Relations.

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