Russia and Central-Eastern Europe: Transformations in Late 20th - Early 21th Century. In two volumes. Moscow, Nauka, 2005. - 767 p.
The edition has been published under financial support of Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation (RGNF) - project N 05-02-16008д.
Volume I. Changes.
Volume 2. Relations.
Volume I of the present two-volume monographic study focuses on the principal trends of economic and political transformations in Russia and Central-Eastern Europe in late 20th - early 21st century, their complexity and consequences as well as the evolving new environment for the development of relations between Russia and the European post-socialist countries. Theoretical aspects of transformation reforms, their practical implementation are investigated. Extensive information and analytical fundament help present the modern state and likely prospects of transformations on the post-socialist space, their common features and the specifics of every single country.
The book will be of interest for a broad spectrum of readers — economists, historians, sociologists, scholars, high school lecturers, postgraduates and students.
THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF TRANSFORMATION REFORMS
Chapter I. The Hard Path of Economic Transformations
Chapter II. Russia and Its Interaction with CIS Countries
Chapter III. The Post-Soviet Society: Development Variants
Chapter IV. Structural Adjustment of Russian Society to Global Modernization Challenges: Problems of Self-Determination
Chapter V. Political Changes in Russia
Chapter VI. Political Changes in Central-Eastern European Countries
Chapter VII. Economic Reforms in Central-Eastern European Countries
Chapter VIII. The Social Dimension of Transformation
Chapter IX. Agrarian Changes in Central-Eastern European Countries and Russia
Chapter X. Regional Development in Central Europe and Russia
Chapter XI. Transformations in the CIS and their Impact on CIS Russia Relations
Volume II of the present monographic study focuses on regional and international aspects of post-socialist states' interaction under a new geopolitical situation of the 21st century, the impacts of European Union enlargement on Russia and the country's prospects for cooperation with "Big Europe". A detailed description of political and economic relations between Russia and countries of Central-Eastern Europe is given. Chapters analyzing bilateral relations between Russia and individual CEE countries are basic in the volume.
The book will be of interest for a broad spectrum of readers - economists, historians, sociol-ogists, scholars, high school lecturers, postgraduates and students.
REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF INTERACTION
Chapter I. The New Geopolitical Situation
Chapter II. Impacts of European Union Enlargement on Russia Prospects of Cooperation with "Big Europe"
Chapter III. Economic Relations between Russia and CEE Countries
Chapter IV. Security Problems on the Balkans
Chapter V. Russia - Bulgaria
Chapter VI. Russia - Hungary
Chapter VII. Russia - Macedonia
Chapter VIII. Russia - Poland
Chapter IX. Russia - Romania
Chapter X. Russia - Serbia and Montenegro
Chapter XI. Russia - Slovakia
Chapter XII. Russia - Slovenia
Chapter XIII. Russia - Croatia
Chapter XIV. Russia - Czech Republic