Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia
This first edition of Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia is an impartial, up-to-date survey on the countries and territories that make up the region. Details are provided on, the history, geography and economics of the following countries: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Moldova; the Russian Federation; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan. This reference is an invaluable guide to the region as a whole and, as such, is an asset to academics, students, researchers, academic and business libraries, international organizations, companies looking for new business, government departments, embassies, the media and the political scientist with a regional interest.
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