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Central And Eastern Europe - International Government & Politics Series (Paperback)
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Central And Eastern Europe - International Government & Politics Series (Paperback)

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Paperback 248 Pages / Published: 30/10/1995
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John Dornberg explores the drama of the disintegration of Communist Eastern Europe and the painful emergence of new regimes. The author, a professional journalist who has served as bureau chief for Newsweek in Bonn, Vienna, and Moscow, brings an exciting dimension and an insider's perspective to the unfamiliar political systems and complex foreign relations of these nations. This outstanding and timely study covers Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Albania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and the five Yugoslav successor states.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780897749428
Number of pages: 248
Weight: 441 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 13 mm


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"How important are Central and Eastern Europe to Americans, so geographically remote? This is the question examined by journalist John Dornberg in a work pointing out that millions of Americans were either born in or can trace their roots to this region, that the United States has been and is still involved in the region (still present in ex-Yugoslavia) and the numerous Americans are opening businesses in the states with new market economies. This book will be of interest to anyone, in the United States or Europe, interested in gaining a better understanding of Eastern and Central Europe....A glossary of selected terms and an index of key words complete this well-documented work."-European Library
"This volume makes the history and issues of a very complicated part of the world accessible to YAs. It is an exciting and fascinating journey written by a former bureau chief amd correspondent of Newsweek who is accustomed to writing for the populace. A glossary explains some of the political, economic, and historical terms used in the book. There is also a list for additional reading and a comprehensive index."-School Library Journal
?This volume makes the history and issues of a very complicated part of the world accessible to YAs. It is an exciting and fascinating journey written by a former bureau chief amd correspondent of Newsweek who is accustomed to writing for the populace. A glossary explains some of the political, economic, and historical terms used in the book. There is also a list for additional reading and a comprehensive index.?-School Library Journal
?How important are Central and Eastern Europe to Americans, so geographically remote? This is the question examined by journalist John Dornberg in a work pointing out that millions of Americans were either born in or can trace their roots to this region, that the United States has been and is still involved in the region (still present in ex-Yugoslavia) and the numerous Americans are opening businesses in the states with new market economies. This book will be of interest to anyone, in the United States or Europe, interested in gaining a better understanding of Eastern and Central Europe....A glossary of selected terms and an index of key words complete this well-documented work.?-European Library

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