The New Political Geography of Eastern Europe

The New Political Geography of Eastern Europe

Author: John O'Loughlin

Publisher: *Belhaven Press

ISBN: UOM:39015029191197

Category: Science

Page: 304

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Compiled by two world-renowned authorities on geopolitics, it explores the geographical dimension of the Warsaw Pact breakup and the emerging Central European democracies. Covers the social and political transformation of these areas; looks at pioneering work on the electoral geography; discusses sociopolitical uncertainties in an international context; and delves into the pressures of nationalism, economic and social chaos as well as inexperience on both the regional and geopolitical system.
The New Political Geography of Eastern Europe
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Compiled by two world-renowned authorities on geopolitics, it explores the geographical dimension of the Warsaw Pact breakup and the emerging Central European democracies. Covers the social and political transformation of these areas; looks at pioneering work on the electoral geography; discusses sociopolitical uncertainties in an international context; and delves into
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