The Newly Independent States Of Eurasia: Handbook Of Former Soviet Republics Second Edition

Paperback | April 1, 1997

byStephen K. Batalden

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This new edition features up-to-date statistical profiles of each of the republics that emerged after the collapse of the Soviet Union, covering demography, government, education, economics, geography, and communications, based on the most recent and reliable sources available. Each profile is followed by a succinct summary of that country's geography and history, a map, and an analysis of its current political, cultural, and economic issues. The book also contains general maps of various regions, a detailed glossary, extensive bibliographies, and a thoroughly cross-referenced index.

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This new edition features up-to-date statistical profiles of each of the republics that emerged after the collapse of the Soviet Union, covering demography, government, education, economics, geography, and communications, based on the most recent and reliable sources available. Each profile is followed by a succinct summary of that cou...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 11.07 × 8.57 × 0.69 inPublished:April 1, 1997Publisher:Oryx Press

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ISBN - 10:0897749405

ISBN - 13:9780897749404

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"I would highly recommend this book as a guide to the recent changes in the former Soviet Union. The authors clearly achieve their stated goal of introducing the history of the various non-Russian peoples of the former Soviet Union. I thought that the discussion of contemporary issues is especially helpful in outlining the major problems facing these newly independent countries....a convenient source of information on a subject that has been overlooked in the past."-Russian, East European and Central Asia Studies Newsletter