Uncaptive Minds is a quarterly journal of information and analysis on Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, published by the Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe. The journal focuses on political, economic, cultural, and social affairs related to the transition from communism to democracy and a market economy. Issues include democratic, political, and social movements and their programs for bringing about change in the region; legislative and political battles in bringing about change; the rebuilding of civil society; independent and state-owned media; economic reforms and their effects; decommunization and lustration; analysis of postcommunist and new-fascist parties; minorities and minority rights in the region; the development of a consciousness of human rights; analysis of the legacy of communism and the phenomenon of postcommunism.

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