Central and South-Eastern Europe 2003
Reliable and up-to-date information on this region is often time consuming to collate, difficult to find and in the indigenous language. "Central and South-Eastern Europe 2003" presents a one-volume work of impartial and up-to-date information on the politics, economics and geography of the region's 16 countries, bringing description and analysis of the issues affecting the region together with statistics and directory information.
The diverse collection of information ensures the reader has a complete picture of the region targeting political, geographical, economic and sociological information, as well as providing a variety of statistical data. This information is divided into four sections: Introductory Essays; Country Surveys; Political Profiles of the Region; and Regional Information.
The introductory essays are written by internationally respected authorities on Central and South-Eastern European affairs. They analyze topical issues of regional significance ranging from political and economic issues to environmental surveys.
More in-depth information is provided within the Country Surveys. Each country chapter includes background details on physical features, climate and population; a map; an at-a-glance chronology; essays covering history, economy and political affairs; an extensive statistical survey providing the latest available demographic and economic figures, including previous years' figures; a directory of useful names, addresses, fax and telephone numbers, e-mail and internet addresses plus further information on the Constitution, national and local government, political organizations, diplomatic representation, the judicial system, religion, the press, publishers, broadcasting and communications, finance, trade and industry, major companies, transport, tourism, culture, education, social welfare, the environment and defense; and a select bibliography.
The Political Profiles of the Region section provides over 125 concise biographies on the region's most powerful and influential political figures.
Regional information is supplied in the form of data on the principal international organizations operating in the region, as well as details of research institutes specializing in Central and South-Eastern European affairs and suggestions for further reading.
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The Price of Freedom: A History of East Central Europe from the Middle Ages ...
Piotr Stefan Wandycz
Ograničeni pregled - 2001
A Europe Whole and Free Dr JONATHAN EYAL
Central and SouthEastern European
Social Policy in Central and SouthEastern
Religion in Central and SouthEastern Europe
Minorities in Central and SouthEastern
The Baltic Sea Region Dr KESTUTIS GIRNIUS
The Macedonian Question Dr KEITH BROWN
Map of Ethnic Group of Central and South
Economy Prof GEORGE BLAZYCA
Economy Prof ALAN SMITH
History MIRANDA VICKERS
Economy Prof MICHAEL KASER
History Dr PETER PALMER
Economy Dr MARTIN MYANT
Economy HEIDO VITSUR
History Prof RICHARD CLOGG
Economy Dr KESTUTIS GIRNIUS
History Prof LASZLO PETER
History Dr KEITH BROWN
Economy STEVEN MORRISON
History JAN REPA
Economy Dr ANDREW RYDER
Economy Dr DAVID A DYKER
History Dr DAVID NORMS
Economy Dr DAVID A DYKER
THE FEDERAL REPUBLICS
Government and Political Directory
United Nations Environment Programme
Council of Baltic Sea StatesCBSS
European Bank for Reconstruction
International Organization for MigrationIOM
Organisation for Economic Cooperation
Organization for Security and Cooperation
World Trade OrganizationWTO
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