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Guida ai Paesi dell'Europa centrale, orientale e balcanica. Annuario politico-economico 2005

edited by Luisa Chiodi & Francesco Privitera

year: 2005

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Guida 2005

This is an original Italian product to present the Central-Eastern Countries and the Balkans in 2005. The guide, written by the most famous area experts, is a quick and accurate reference book. It presents 22 figures of different countries, including Russia, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Former Russia's Republics. Figures aim at providing the reader with a political and economic overview together with a new perspective on the interational relationships among countries.
 

 

Index

  • Prefazione, by Luisa Chiodi e Francesco Privitera 
  • Come eravamo - e... dovremmo tornare ad essere? Le Chiese Ortodosse europee ed il , by Sabrina P. Ramet 
  • La laicità turca, by Fabio Salomoni 
  • «Eroi o Criminali?». Guerra, etnia ed eroismo nella Croazia post-nazionalista, by Emilio Cocco 
  • I Rom in Croazia, paese erede della ex-Jugoslavia, by Zoran Lapov 
  • Tempi nuovi, cinema nuovo. Il cinema polacco dopo l'89, by Mateusz Werner 
  • Il crocevia russo: itinerari letterari nella Russia di Putin, by Galja Denissova 
  • Bisonti e petrolio, by Marco Montanari 
  • La Rivoluzione Arancione: Trasformazione Socio-Culturale o Rabbia?, by Valentina Rigamonti 
  • Il conflitto in Moldavia tra diverse percezioni e nuove possibilità, by Bernardo Venturi
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Countries

Albania, by Lucia Pantella
Bielorussia, by Sara Barbieri
Bosnia-Erzegovina, by Boris Vitlacil
Bulgaria, by Alberto Busi
Cipro, by Francesca Rivelli
Croazia, by Emilio Cocco
Estonia, by Marcella Del Vecchio
Grecia, by Salvatore Marchese
Lettonia, by Marcella Del Vecchio
Lituania, by Marcella Del Vecchio
Macedonia, by Branka Kostovska
Moldavia, by Iulia Postica
Polonia, by Mirella Spizla e Nicola Nobili
Repubblica Ceca, by Francesca D'Antuono
Serbia e Montenegro, by Antonio Dal Borgo
Romania, by Cristina Bucur
Russia, by Sara Barbieri
Slovacchia, by Edita Hornácková Klapicová, Andrei Klapica
Slovenia, by Antonio Dal Borgo
Turchia, by Mario Rossi
Ucraina, by Marco Montanari
Ungheria, by Francesca D'Antuono


Authors

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Luisa Chiodi

Luisa Chiodi is teaching East European Studies at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bologna and is researcher of the Istituto per l'Europa Centro Orientale e Balcanica of the University of Bologna. Her main research fields is civil society and transnational social dynamics in post-communism. She is completing her Phd at the European University Institute in Florence. She is author of a number of articles among which: with Rando Devole, (forthcoming), 'Conflicting memories and mutual representations: Italy and Albania since 1989' in Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 'Promoted Civil Society: Local NGOs in the Balkans since the 90s', in Stefano Bianchini (ed), (2002), Post-Communist Transition as a European Problem, Longo Editore Ravenna; 'Cooperanti o Guerriglieri. Quando le ONG aiutano i violenti', Limes, (2001) n.2, pp.99-108; with Jean Blondel, 'Albania', in Ferdinand Müller-Rommel and Jean Blondel , (eds), (2001) Cabinets in Eastern Europe, Palgrave, Basingstoke: Hampshire:UK; 'Macedonia', in Silvia Matteucci (ed.), (2000), Gli altri Balcani - Associazionismo, media indipendenti e intellettuali nei paesi balcanici, Asterios; 'Gli accordi bilaterali italo-albanesi successivi alla conclusione dell'Operazione Alba', in Andrea de Guttry e Fabrizio Pagani (eds), (1999), La crisi Albanese del 1997. L'azione dell'Italia e delle organizzazioni internazionali: verso un nuovo modello di gestione delle crisi?, Franco Angeli, pp.314-332.

 

Contact

tel: 0543-36304/23000
fax: 0543-377088
e-mail: luisa.chiodi@poloforli.unibo.it

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Political Study Area Coordinator, Francesco Privitera teaches History of Eastern Europe at the Advanced School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators of the University of Bologna, in Forlì. He is an expert in Balkan matters and has dealt with the problems related to the emergence of nationalistic issues in Central Eastern and Balkan Europe during the post-communist transitions. He has written a number of volumes and essays, some of which have also been published abroad.

 

Contact

tel: +39 0543-36304/23000
fax: +39 0543-377088
e-mail: francesco.privitera@unibo.it

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