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Eastern Europe, Central Europe, and the Former Soviet Union

Balkan:
 • Albania
 • Bosnia and Herzegovina
 • Bulgaria
 • Croatia
 • Macedonia
 • Montenegro
 • Romania
 • Serbia

Baltics:
 • Estonia
 • Latvia
 • Lithuania

Caucasus:
 • Armenia
 • Azerbaijan
 • Georgia

Central Asia:
 • Kazakhstan
 • Kyrgyzstan
 • Tajikistan
 • Turkmenistan
 • Uzbekistan

Central Europe:
 • Czech Republic
 • Hungary
 • Poland
 • Slovakia
 • Slovenia

Eastern Europe:
 • Belarus
 • Moldova
 • Russia
 • Ukraine

 

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The Balkan region


Basic facts about the Balkan region

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Area study centers
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Communications (incl. computer and Internet issues)
Culture, fine arts, entertainment
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Economics
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Education
Geography and travel
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Government 
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Health and fitness
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History
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Language
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Law
Libraries and archives
Literature
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People
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Politics
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Religions
Science and technology
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Social science
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Area study centers (teaching and research)

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Associations (professional, non-governmental, international, local)

  • The Balkan Peace Team (a joint project of 11 international grassroots peace organizations, for the peaceful resolution of conflict by involving international volunteers in work with local peace and human rights groups; the site contains BPT information and texts of BPT reports)
  • World Conference on Religion and peace (WCRP) (a non-profit organization promoting cooperation among the world's religions for peace; under "Programs and projects", click on "Bosnia" and "Kosovo")
  • Slavonic Web (a web site of the Slavonic Cultural Center of San Francisco, home of the Slavonic Mutual and Benevolent Society, celebrating cultural heritage of the South Slavic people)
  • The Centre for Peace in the Balkans (the organization for balanced and accurate presentation of the current socio-political situation on the Balkan Peninsula; the site contains news, documents, photos, audio/video archive, etc.)
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Communications (incl. computer and Internet issues)

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Culture, fine arts, entertainment

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    Current events and media

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    Economics (incl. business and finances)

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    Education

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    Geography and travel (incl. cities, maps, transportation, etc.)

    • Balkan Region - Central from the UT Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection: Historical maps, political maps, reference maps and more are available, online, from the PCL map collection. start here.

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    Government (incl. international relations, military affairs, US legislation and policies)

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    Grants

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    Health and fitness (incl. medicine, sports, etc.)

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    History (incl. genealogy, etc.)

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    Language (incl. dictionaries and teaching)

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    Law


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    Libraries and archives


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    Literature (incl. books online, publishers and vendors)

    • Literature Resource Center, from Gale group (a searchable online encyclopedia of world literature)
    • Slavic Review  (the membership journal of the American  Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies; besides scholarly articles contains numerous reviews of new books on Slavic studies; has an online index)
    • Slavica Publishers (one of the leading U. S. publishers of scholarly books and textbooks on the languages, peoples, literatures, cultures and history of the former USSR and Eastern Europe)
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    People (biography, personal pages)

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    Politics (incl. international relations, military affairs and US policies)

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    Religions

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    Science and technology (incl. environmental issues)

    • UNEP-Balkans (a special unit of the United Nations Environment Programme to investigate the regional environmental consequences of the 1999 conflict in Kosovo)
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    Social science (incl. human rights, women issues, etc.)

    • BalkansNet (Formerly "PeaceNet"; Balkans anti-war and human rights resources)
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    Statistics

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    (links verified, updated when possible or deleted September 20, 2005)

    Last Updated: 4-Oct-2010

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