The International Politics of East Central Europe

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Manchester University Press, 1996 - Political Science - 300 pages
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The countries of East Central Europe - Hungary, Poland and what was then Czechoslovakia - played a starring role in the central political drama of the late-20th century, the 1989 revolutions. Adrian Hyde-Price analyzes the changing nature of international politics in the region since 1989, and the influence upon it of history, national identity and geography.
 

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Contents

One Introduction
1
a brief history
11
Three Geopolitics culture and nationalism
45
I
78
II
108
Six Relations with the East
140
Seven Relations with the West
188
Eight The search for security
223
Nine Conclusion
271
Select bibliography
289
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