South-East Europe in the Age of Fundamental Transformations
Edited by Alla Yaz'kova
October 2007, 352 pp. (145x215 mm) Hardcover
Category: Politics / History / Social Sciences
Readership: Scholars, policymakers, students of political and social sciences, history, general public
Authors consider one of the important and extremely troublesome regions of Europe. The book contains analysis of domestic and foreign politics of newly established countries. Authors define the role and place of the region in European and world communities, characterize its peculiarities in ethnical, cultural and historical development. The most valuable are the chapters about system transformations of the countries of the South-East Europe and their relations with Russia. Authors estimate the prospects of settling region's problems in the context of cooperation with international organizations (OECD, EC, NATO).
This book is published in the Series: Old World – New Time under special project of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Authors of these collective monographs are leading scholars of various generations. They give new Russian approaches to different problems existed in European countries on national, regional and continental levels in the process of deep transformation during last 20 years.
Professor of history, Chief of the Center for Mideterranean and Black Sea region Studies of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences