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by Peter Summerscale

Author: Peter Summerscale
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 1982)
Pages: 147 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.8
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The East European predicament by Peter Summerscale, 1982, Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Gower . The East European predicament. changing patterns in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Romania.

The East European predicament. Published 1982 by Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Gower in Aldershot, Hants . Written in English. Foreign relations, Politics and government.

by Peter Summerscale. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780312224745.

Written by an expert in European studies for young adults. This book is intended for young adults and is a nation-by-nation retelling of the quiet cataclysm that changed Europe.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Written by an expert in European studies for young adults. Explains and analyzes the fall of communism in Eastern Europe. Scores of photographs, political cartoons and maps make this book visually appealing. The analysis is generally sound, contains no surprises, and seems somewhat incomplete, in that it is restricted to three countries, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Romania. A British diplomat, making good use of a year's leave spent at Chatham House, takes stock of Eastern Europe's "predicament. He keeps his eye on the main trends and the dilemmas, internal and external, which the rulers of these countries cannot evade. The analysis is generally sound, contains no surprises, and seems somewhat incomplete, in that it is restricted to three countries, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Romania

All Authors, Contributors: Peter Summerscale; Royal Institute of International Affairs. Find more information about: Peter Summerscale.

Europe, Eastern - Social conditions. All Authors, Contributors: Peter Summerscale; Royal Institute of International Affairs. ISBN: 056600566005183. OCLC Number: 477224930.

The Republic of Poland and Czechoslovakia established relations early in the interwar period, after both countries gained independence

The Republic of Poland and Czechoslovakia established relations early in the interwar period, after both countries gained independence. Both countries joined the Allies during World War II. After the war they both fell into the Soviet sphere of influence (the Eastern Bloc).

Republic, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and .

Republic, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Germany. 2 examines the changes in employment patterns that have evolved during the transition period. Further it compares the employment patterns in the European Union with those in the CEECs and shows where there is an employment absorption potential in the individual transition countries.