Central and South-Eastern Europe 2013
Routledge – 2012 – 912 pages
A comprehensive survey of the countries and territories of this region, incorporating the latest economic and socio-political developments.
New for 2013:
Essays by experts in the area cover issues of regional interest, including: The Impact of New Member States on the EU’s External Relations; Minorities in Central and South-Eastern Europe; Environmental Governance and the Influence of the EU; Bosnia and Herzegovina since Dayton; and Modern Greece in South-Eastern Europe. Appendices cover 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
Details of regional and international organizations and research institutes in the region; and select bibliographies of 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 excellent overview of both the historical and economic development and the current challenges faced by the region. It is highly recommended for all reference libraries.' - Reference Reviews
Part 1: General Survey. Part 2: Country Surveys. Albania. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bulgaria. Croatia. The Czech Republic. Estonia. Greece. Hungary. Kosovo. Latvia. Lithuania. The Fomer 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.