Post-Communist Eastern Europe and the Middle East: The Burden of History and New Political Realities

Kreutz, Andrej
March 1999
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses the relations of post-Communist Eastern Europe with the Middle East. Role of the Soviet bloc countries in the Middle East and the importance of its collapse for the region; Russia and its former Eastern European allies and the Middle East; Basic features and directions of Russian middle Eastern policy.


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