In this expanded edition of "Revolutions in Eastern Europe", the authors include a new chapter on the Baltic states. The coverage of East Germany has been revised to include notification, the restructuring of the Eastern economy within a united Germany and the treatment of the former communist leaders. The chapter on Czechoslovakia includes separate treatment of the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993-94. Also included is a brief account of Croatia and Slovenia in 1992-94, the Bosnian conflict, and the rump Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Macedonia. The accounts are taken to the end of 1994. Throughout the book, emphasis is placed on how states are dealing with their communist past, with the experience of political pluralism and with external relations and alignments in the new Europe. The chapter on organizations has been significantly expanded and there is a greater number of maps.
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This Bloomsbury Academic Collection consists of classic titles on the history and politics of the 20th century.About the Author:
Roger East is Managing Director of the Cambridge International Reference on Current Affairs (CIRCA), Cambridge, UK.
Jolyon Pontin is former Regional Editor for Central and Eastern Europe for CIRCA, Cambridge, UK.
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