To conclude, the Bloed & Van Dijk edited book is highly recommended not only for scholars of the csce, as well as for specialists on human right, international organization and multilateral diplomacy, but also for practitioners (diplomats, Politicians) working in the csce context, as well as for journals and the wider public. '
Helsinki Monitor, 4:1: 1993.
Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. Introduction: The Challenges of Change; A. Rosas, J. Helgesen. 2. Political Pluralism in the Aftermath of the Eatern European Upheavals; V. Dimitrijevec. 3. Democratic Pluralism: The Right to Political Opposition; C. Tomuschat. 4. Pluralism and Minority Access to Media; D. Gomien. 5. Pluralism and Freedom of Association: The Case of Trade Unionsm; K. Drzewicki. 6. Religous Pluralism and Freedom of Religion: Its Protection in Light of Church/State Relationships; T.S. Orlin. 7. The Market, Human Rights, and Pluralism; G. Kardos. 8. Property Rights; A. Rosas. 9. Protecting Minorities in the Conference on security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE)Process; J. Helgesen. 10. Human Rights and Current Constitutional Debates in Central ans Eastern European Countries; R. Wieruszewskii. 11. Swords to Ploughshares: Human Rights Aspects of the Draft Constitution of the German Round Table; B. Graefrath. Appendix: Excerpts from the CSCE Helsinki Document 1992. Table of Cases. Table of Treaties. Subject Index.