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The Belgian Curtain : Europe after Communism

By Vaknin, Sam, Dr.

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Title: The Belgian Curtain : Europe after Communism  
Author: Vaknin, Sam, Dr.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, World History and History of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, etc., Transition from Communism
Collections: History, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Military Science, Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Historic and Rare), Agriculture, Economy, Literature, Sociology, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China, Language, Social Sciences, Favorites in India
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Publisher: Narcissus Publications
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The European Union, NATO, the euro, and central and eastern Europe after the fall of communism.

The journal was established in 1841 by Moriz Haupt as the Zeitschrift für deutsches Alterthum (older spelling) with the objective of applying the same rigour to the philology and textual criticism of medieval German texts as was already current with Greek and Latin.[1] With volume 13 (1867) the Zeitschrift für deutsches Alterthum began a new series (German: Neue Folge).[2] In 1876, with volume 19 (New Series 7) its name was changed to the present Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur and a supplement, the Anzeiger, began publication as a journal of reviews;[3] this sometimes overshadowed the parent journal.[4] The journal has appeared in quarterly issues since 1931. It was originally published by the Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, first in Leipzig, from 1856 in Berlin. With the third issue of volume 82 (1948/50), Franz Steiner Verlag took over publication.[5] The current publisher is S. Hirzel Verlag. Since volume 140 (2011) the editor-in-chief has been Jürgen Wolf (University of Marburg).[6]

Table of Contents
I. European Union and NATO – The Competing Alliances II. The War in Iraq III. How the West Lost the East IV. Left and Right in a Divided Europe V. Forward to the Past – Capitalism in Post-Communist Europe VI. Transition in Context VII. Eastern Advantages VIII. Europe’s Four Speeds IX. Switching Empires X. Europe’s Agricultural Revolution XI. Winning the European CAP XII. History of Previous Currency Unions XIII. The Concert of Europe, Interrupted XIV. The Eastern Question Revisited XV. Europe’s New Jews XVI. The Author XVII. About "After the Rain"


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