This is a timely and invaluable reference guide to the confusing political environment of Eastern and Central Europe. The collapse of communism in this region has stimulated the resurgence of strong ethnic and nationalist movements in each of the 13 nations covered in this volume. Bugajski (associate director, East European Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C.) analyzes the impact of these movements in a 16-page introductory essay and offers a sobering assessment of the current situation in a concluding article and in a postscript. Bugajski’s profiles of the 13 nations are divided into three sections.
Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe
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