Long Awaited West: Eastern Europe Since 1944 by Stefano BottoniLong Awaited West: Eastern Europe Since 1944 by Stefano Bottoni

Long Awaited West: Eastern Europe Since 1944

byStefano BottoniTranslated bySean Lambert

Paperback | October 19, 2017

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What is Eastern Europe and why is it so culturally and politically separate from the rest of Europe? InLong Awaited West, Stefano Bottoni considers what binds these countries together in an increasingly globalized world. Focusing on economic and social policies, Bottoni explores how Eastern Europe developed and, more importantly, why it remains so distant from the rest of the continent. He argues that this distance arises in part from psychological divides which have only deepened since the global economic crisis of 2008, and provides new insight into Eastern Europe's significance as it finds itself located - both politically and geographically - between a distracted European Union and Russia's increased aggressions.

Stefano Bottoni is Senior Fellow at the Center for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His research concerns the political usage of nationality, and his work has been published in several languages.Sean Lambert is a freelance Hungarian-to-English translator, with ten years of experience as an English-language journalis...
Title:Long Awaited West: Eastern Europe Since 1944Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:October 19, 2017Publisher:Indiana University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0253030013

ISBN - 13:9780253030016

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Eastern Europe: Reframing a Debated Concept
1. On Soviet Turf (1944-1948)
2. Terror and Thaw (1949-1955)
3. Political Crises and Social Consolidation (1956-1972)
4. The Decline and Fall of the Soviet Bloc (1973-1991)
5. Return to Europe? The Post-communist Galaxy
6. Eastern Europe Today: Western Periphery or Buffer Zone?
Epilogue: Unreflective Mimetism and National Egoism