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Kaliningrad: the European Amber Region

1st Edition

Edited by Pertti Joenniemi, Jan Prawitz

Routledge

279 pages

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Description

First published in 1998, this book reflects a concern for Kaliningrad. Too little is known about the region, developments in recent years have not been sufficiently covered and it is rarely integrated, in terms of analysis, with the way post-Cold War Europe is viewed more generally.

Table of Contents

1. Kaliningrad: Problems and Prospects , Ingmar Oldberg. 2. The Social and Economic Development of Kaliningrad, Gennady M. Fyodorov. 3. Kaliningrad: Relevant options , Peer H. Lange. 4. Kaliningrad’s Military Economy, Christian Wellman. 5. Environmental Issues of the Kaliningrad Region, Helena Kropinova. 6. Kalingrad : Armed Forces and Missions , Klaus Carsten Pedersen. 7. The Region’s Security: An Expert View from Moscow, Anatoly Trynkov. 8. Kaliningrad as a Security Issue: An Expert View from Polans , Zdzislaw Lachowski. 9. Russia’s Exclave in the Baltic Region : A Source of Stability of Tension? Algirdas Gricius. 10. Kaliningrad : Visions of the Furture, Lyndelle D. Fairlie. 11. Kiliningrad : A Double Periphery? Pertti Joenniemi, Jan Prawitz.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General