A Political and Economic Dictionary of Eastern Europe

This comprehensive dictionary provides over 1,000 concise entries covering the politics and economics of Eastern Europe. It defines, explains and gives further information on countries, regions, ethnic groups, political parties, prime ministers, presidents and other prominent politicians, business organizations, geographical features, religions and border disputes.

Entries include: Chechnya; Hungarian Democratic Forum; Poland: economy; UN War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; Uniate Church; and Gennadii Zyuganov.

The dictionary covers 22 countries in central, eastern and south-eastern Europe, trans-Caucasus and the Russian Federation. It includes separate articles on each country and its economy. Entries are arranged alphabetically and are fully cross-referenced, making the book easy to use. All organizations listed include full address, telephone, fax, and email. Geographical and personal name indexes are included.

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A Political and Economic Dictionary of Eastern Europe. First Edition. Alan J Day , , Roger East , and Richard Thomas. Europa Publications, Taylor & Francis Group,2002. Routledge Politics and International Relations Online. Taylor & Francis.24 September 2017 <http://www.routledgeonline.com:80/politics/Book.aspx?id=w046>