Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe: A Guide to Nationality Policies, Organizations, and Parties

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ETHNIC POLITICS IN EASTERN EUROPE
A Guide to Nationality Policies, Organizations, and Parties WITH A NEW POSTSCRIPT

Janusz Bugajski

The Center for Strategic and International Studies

M. E. Sharpe

Armonk, New York

London, England

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction: - Nationalism and Ethnic Politics xi
  • Notes xxiv
  • Part I: - Post-Yugoslavia: Ethnicity Multiplied 1
  • 1 - Boznia-Herzegovina 3
  • 1: Bosnia-Herzegovina 37
  • 2 - Croatia 41
  • 2: Croatia 71
  • 3 - Slovenia 75
  • 3: Slovenia 94
  • 4 - Macedonia 97
  • 4: Macedonia 126
  • 5 - Serbia 131
  • 5: Serbia 166
  • 6 - Montenegro 171
  • 6: Montenegro 191
  • Part II: - The Balkans: Nationalism Released 195
  • 7 - Romania 197
  • 7: Romania 231
  • 8 - Bulgaria 235
  • 8: Bulgaria 263
  • 9 - Albania 267
  • 9: Albania 289
  • Part III: - Central Europe: Ethnicity Reborn 291
  • 10 - Czech Republic 293
  • 10: Czech Republic 317
  • 11 - Slovakia 321
  • 11: Slovakia 354
  • 12 - Poland 359
  • 12: Poland 394
  • 13 - Hungary 399
  • 13: Hungary 428
  • Conclusion: - Minority Rights and Ethnic Ethics 433
  • POSTSCRIPT 1995 443
  • Appendix 1A: - List of East European Acronyms 447
  • Appendix 1B: - List of English Acronyms 453
  • Appendix 2: - List of Major Nationalist and Ethnic Organizations (by Country) 459
  • Appendix 3: - National Minority Parties and Organizations (by Ethnic Group) 469
  • Index of Names 475
  • Index of Parties and Organizations 481
  • About the Author 494
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