This paper studies of how Lithuania became a nation, having won independence in post WWI Europe and being seized by the USSR in a pre-WWII power grab.
This paper reviews the agricultural development of the USSR up to 1970, plans and collective farms. Statistics.
This paper discusses the role of the radio in Jurek Becker’s `Jakob the Liar`, a Holocaust novel.
Examined whether Ankara can change its domestic and foreign policy sufficiently to satisfy the European Union.
An exploration of the ethnic basis of population and political parties in Eastern Ukraine, particularly the Donbass Basin.
A discussion on how non-governmental organisations represent the essence of civil society in Russia.
An exploration into Ukrainian political culture during the process of political and economic transformation.
An overview of the growing shuttle trade in Eastern Europe.
An examination of the effects of reforms in Russian on East Germany.
A paper which studies the structure and dynamics of the Kosovo Conflict and the humanitarian crisis management by the international community.