A Political and Economic Dictionary of Eastern Europe by 1st Ed

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A useful new dictionary, written via a revered group of reference ebook compilers to supply an important consultant to the economics and politics of this huge and critical region.It comprises over 1,000 entries masking the international locations, the region's ethnic teams, political events, top ministers, presidents, enterprise agencies, geographical positive factors, religions and border disputes.Features include:* Entries on Chechnya, Poland, Uniate Church, Gennadii Zyuganov and The Hungarian Democratic discussion board* Covers 22 nations in relevant, japanese and South-Eastern Europe, trans-Caucasus and the Russian Federation * comprises separate articles on each one state, and its financial system* Entries are prepared alphabetically and are totally cross-referenced making the publication effortless to exploit* All agencies indexed comprise complete deal with, cell, fax and electronic mail information* Geographical and private identify indexes.

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Avars A Caucasian people who make up the largest group in the ethnically diverse Russian republic of Dagestan. Numbering around 500,000 the Avars account A 33 for about 28% of the republic’s population. Unconnected to the historic Avars of central Asia who invaded central Europe from the 7th century, the Dagestani Avars were effectively created from an assortment of local groups in the 1930s. They were employed by the Russian and Soviet authorities as the ruling elite in Dagestan, but the introduction of a democratic system in 1992 has diluted this dominance.

A new Union treaty for the Soviet Union was about to be signed the following day, when members of the Politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (KPSS) and the heads of the Soviet military and security services detained Gorbachev at his villa in the Crimea. Announcing Gorbachev’s removal on health grounds, they set up a Committee of the State of Emergency, but were met by strong popular resistance in Moscow, spearheaded by the then Russian President Boris Yeltsin who took a pub lic stand with demonstrators outside the Russian Parliament building (the White House).

In presidential elections in September 1996 Ter-Petrossian was re-elected outright in the first round with 51. 8% of the vote. Robert Kocharian, who had been President of the ‘independent’ republic of Nagorno-Karabakh proclaimed unilaterally a year earlier, was appointed Prime Minister in March 1997. Ter-Petrossian’s willingness to consider an agreement for the enclave which recognized Azerbaijan’s sovereignty brought him into increasing conflict with Kocharian and the Armenian military, the outcome being the President’s resignation in February 1998.

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