Nordic, Central, and Southeastern Europe 2013
This is an annually updated presentation of each sovereign country in Nordic, Central and Southeastern Europe, past and present. It is broken down into individual chapters on each country dealing with its geography, people, history, political system, constitution, parliament, decentralization and states if a federation, parties, political leaders and elections. There are also sections on foreign and defense policy, economy, culture, future and a lengthy bibliography.
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Nordic Central Southeastern Europe The Balkans
Nordic Central Southeastern Europe Southeastern Europe
Nordic Central Southeastern Europe Web Sites Bibliography
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