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A comprehensive survey of the countries and territories of this region, incorporating the latest economic and socio-political developments.
New for 2014:
Essays by acknowledged experts in the region cover a variety of topical issues, including:
In addition, appendices discuss the religions of the region and the Russian Baltic territory of Kaliningrad.
Individual chapters for each country, containing:
Who's Who in Central and South-Eastern Europe
Biographical details for more than 200 of the region's leading political figures.
Contact information and extensive details of the activities of regional and international organizations active in the region; a list of research institutes that focus on the region, together with contact details; and select bibliographies of both books and periodicals.
"This is an impressive reference work providing an impartial and invaluable guide to the politics, economy and history of the region."
– European Access Plus
"…an encyclopedic mass of detail and in such an accessible form"
-John George Kendall, Bradford, UK
Part 1: General Survey. The New Member States and the External Relations of the EU. The Crisis in the Eurozone. The Post-socialist Economies of Central and South-Eastern Europe. Minorities in Central and South-Eastern Europe. The Black Sea Region. Economic Crisis and Welfare Developments in the New EU. The Baltic Sea Region. Modern Greece in South-Eastern Europe. The Baltic Sea Region. Modern Greece in South-Eastern Europe. Bosnia and Herzegovina since Dayton. Appendix 1: The Religions of the Region. Appendix 2: The Kaliningrad Region. Part 2: Country Surveys. Albania. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bulgaria. Croatia. The Czech Republic. Estonia. Greece. Hungary. Kosovo. Latvia. Lithuania. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Montenegro. Poland. Romania. Serbia. Slovakia. Slovenia. Part 3: Who's Who of Central and South-Eastern Europe. Part 4: Regional Information. Regional Organizations. Research Institutes. Select Bibliography (Books). Select Bibliography (Periodicals). Index of Regional Organizations.