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Goldman (2008)

autor (rok) Goldman, Minton F. (2008)
název Global Studies: Russia, the Baltic and Eurasian Republics, and Central/Eastern Europe. 11th ed.
vydavatel McGraw-Hill
rozsah x0 stran
ISBN 0-07-337989-1
jazyk anglicky
dostupnost knihovna katedry geografie PřF UP



Russia, the Baltic and the Eurasian Republics: Building New Political Orders
Central/Eastern Europe: From Dictatorship to Democracy
Country Reports
  Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, the Republics of the Former Yugoslavia
Articles from the World Press
  Russian Articles
1. Putin vs. the Jailed Tycoon: Defining Russia's New Rules (The New York Times International, January 2, 2004)
2. The Shape of Putin's Russia (Russian Life, Vol. 45, Sept/Oct 2002)
3. Power Through the Pump (Washington Post National Weekly Edition, August 16-22, 2004)
4. Russia Goes to the Polls (Russian Life, Vol. 46, Sept/Oct 2003)
5. Russia: The 21st Century's Energy Superpower? (Brookings Review, Vol. 20 Spring 2002)
6. How Not to Fix an Election (The Economist, November 12, 2005)
7. Orange Devolution (Fortune, April 3, 2006)
  Eurasian Republics Articles
8. The United States and Russia in Central Asia: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran (The Brookings Institution, July 24, 2004)
9. Poor Kyrgyzstan (The National Interest, Summer 2002)
10. Old Animosities Flare Up (Washington Post National Weekly Edition, September 13-19, 2004)
11. Chechnya Ten Years Later (Current History, October 2004)
12.  Autocrats, Islamists, and the Rise of Radicalism in Central Asia (Current History, October 2005)
  Central/Eastern Europe Articles
13. Hope Flares in the Aegean (The Economist, June 26, 2004)
14. Central Europe's Elections: Populists, Ahoy (The Economist, June 19, 2004)
15. The Czech Republic: One More Defenestration (The Economist, June 19, 2004)
16. The Kosovars Need to Know Where They're Headed (Bosnian Institute, November 4, 2004)
17. Poland's Unruly Politics: When Populism Trumps Socialism (The Economist, May 8, 2004)
18. Poland's Prime Minister: Quitting (The Economist, April 3, 2004)
19. Hungary: Spinning (The Economist, April 3, 2004)
20. Montenegro: Semi-Independent (The Economist, April 10, 2004)
21. Romania and the EU: Don't Count Your Chickens (The Economist, April 17, 2004)
22. Serbia: Something Nasty in the Balkans (The Economist, January 3, 2004)

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