The New Eurasia: A Guide to the Republics of the Former Soviet Union

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NOTES
1.
"Baltics Army Units Can Retaliate If Attacked", Moscow ITAR-TASS, 1420 GMT, June 25, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-124, June 26, 1992, 9.
2.
"Khasbulatov on Russians' Rights in Baltics", Moscow INTERFAX, 1417 GMT, July 9, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-133, July 10, 1992, 58.
3.
Celestine Bohlen, "Why Are Russians Still Here? the Free Baltics Ask", New York Times, August 7, 1992, A3.
4.
"Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe", CSCE Helsinki Document 1992: The Challenges of Change ( Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992), 5.
5.
John Lepingwell, "Yeltsin Warns Estonia, Latvia on Troop Withdrawals", REF/RL Daily Report, No. 194 (E-mail), October 8, 1992, 1.
6.
Margaret Shapiro, "Hunger and Hardship from the Baltic to the Caucasus", Washington Post, January 28, 1992, A1, A16.
7.
"I.M.F. to Aid 2 Baltic States", New York Times, September 14, 1992, D2.
8.
"Presidium Discusses Banks, Nuclear Inspections", Moscow BALTFAX, 1843 GMT, March 2, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-042, March 3, 1992, 13; "Official Views New Baltic Assembly's Role", BALTFAX, 1400 GMT, November 11, 1991, in FBISSOV-91-218, November 12, 1991, 36.
9.
"Report of Tallinn Nuclear Submarine Training Base"," Stockholm Sveriges Radio Network, 1130 GMT, December 1, 1991, in JPRS (Joint Publications Research Service)-UMA-92-005, February 12, 1992, 29-30; Mert Kubu, "Russian Bases Stay", Stockholm Dagens nyheter, February 23, 1992, A9, in FBIS-SOV-92- 037, February 25, 1992, 82-83.
10.
Dmitriy Gorokhov, "Prime Minister Insists on Withdrawal in 1992", Moscow ITAR-TASS, 0915 GMT, March 30, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-062, March 31, 1992, 68.
11.
Igor Porshnev, "Diplomatic Panorama", Moscow INTERFAX, 1146 GMT, June 10, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-113, June 11, 1992, 83.
12.
S. Knyazkov, "On Foreign Borders", Krasnaya zvezda, May 27, 1992, 1, 2, in JPRS-LIMA-92-021, June 10, 1992, 44-45.
13.
"Estonian Commissions Formed to Monitor Russian Military"," Moscow Nezavisimaya gazeta, July 8, 19923, in JPRS-UMA-92-028, July 29, 1992, 17.
14.
Knyazkov, "On Foreign Borders", 46.
15.
"Money Exchange Offices Open Nationwide", Moscow BALTFAX, 1334 GMT, May 4, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-089, May 7, 1992, 66.
16.
"Vesti" newscast, Moscow Television Network, 1000 GMT, September 19, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-183, September 21, 1992, 73.
17.
Justin Burke, "Still Bitter Toward Russia, Estonia Reluctant to Nourish Vital Economic Cooperation", Christian Science Monitor, July 15, 1992, 1, 4; "Disagreements Remain on Citizenship", Moscow BALTFAX, 1355 GMT, September 12, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-179, September 15, 1992, 47.
18.
Aleksandr Lushchin, "You Joined as a Volunteer? The Estonian Army Is in the Formation Stage", Moscow Nezavisimaya gazeta, February 21, 1992, 3, in JPRSUMA-92-010, March 18, 1992, 38; "Defense Forces to Be Established in Voru", Moscow BALTFAX, 1324 GMT, March 22, 1992, in FBIS-SOV-92-058, March 25, 1992, 86. 80

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Key Terms xix
  • Notes xx
  • 1 - The Former Soviet Union 1
  • Notes 30
  • 2 - The Russian Federation 35
  • Notes 55
  • 3 - The Baltic States 63
  • Notes 79
  • 4 - Western Region 83
  • Notes 109
  • 5 - The Caucasus 115
  • Notes 136
  • 6 - Central Asia 139
  • Notes 173
  • 7 - The Debris of the Former Soviet Union 179
  • Notes 190
  • 8 - Selected Biographies 195
  • Notes 199
  • For Further Reading 201
  • Index 205
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