Information by Geographical Area - Russia & Eastern Europe

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NUPI Centre for Russian Studies Database / Norway
Bibliographies for Cold War Studies
Cold War Bibliography / CMU
Korean War Bibliography / U of Hawaii e
Business Central Europe / E-Journal
U.S. Planning for War in Europe, 1963-64 / NSA
Declassified U.S. documents complement recent release of Warsaw Pact war plans
Why There Was No Crackdown on the Revolutions of 1989 / NSA
New Documents from Soviet/East Europe Archives
Did NATO Win the Cold War? / NSA
Cold War International History Project
"The core of the site is the CWIHP Virtual Library, a searchable collection of documents, working papers, and articles from the CWIHP Bulletin." Scout Report, 4/7/98.
Institute of Baltic Studies
Baltic News Service
Central and Eastern European Resources
Central & East European Legal, Political, Business & Economics Sites / Gonzoga Law
Central Europe Online
Daily news and business news about the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Eurasianet.org
"EurasiaNet provides information and analysis about political, economic, environmental and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as in Russia, the Middle East, and Southwest Asia. The web site also offers additional features, including newsmaker interviews, book reviews and a discussion forum."
Eurasia Research Center Homepage
European Forum - Country Update Reports
Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology, and Policy - Boston University
"Chartered in 1988, ISCIP focuses on conflict-prone societies in crisis, particularly Russia and other post-Soviet republics, with special attention to destabilizing factors of a political, ethnic, and/or international nature. The Institute studies the implications of these factors for US policy. Its activities include major events, such as conferences, Lecture Series, roundtable discussions, and simulation exercises."
Institute on East Central Europe - Columbia University
Information about the Institute and links to sites in and about countries in East Central Europe.
RFE / RL Digests
"RFE/RL Newsline is a daily report of developments in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia prepared by the staff of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. It is published Monday through Friday (except holidays). Friends and Partners maintains a seven year and growing archive of RFE/RL Newsline and its predecessors, the OMRI Daily Digest and RFE Daily Report. It is browsable and searchable."
Radio Free Europe
Rand Organization - Publications
REECA Web / Russian, East European and Central Asia Resources/ U of Wisconsin Library
Russian & East European Institute - Indiana University
Information about the Institute plus links to sites related to Russia and Eastern Europe, job postings, language study opportunities...
Russian & East European Network Information Center
Russian & East European Studies / Yahoo
REESWeb: Russian & East European Studies - U of Pittsburgh
Index of electronic resources.
Russian Far East Update
A monthly business briefing on economic developments in the Russian Far East providing market intelligence and news analysis.
School of Slavonic and East European Studies/U of London -- Internet Resources on Central & Eastern Europe
Secrets From Behind the (Crumbling ) Iron Curtain / National Security Archive
"Ten years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the National Security Archive and its research partners in East and Central Europe today released previously secret documents from behind the Iron Curtain detailing the ultimately futile scramble by the Communist parties of the region to stay in power in 1989 -- evidence which explains in the actual words of Communist leaders now for the first time in English how the system imposed by Stalin’s armies gave way in the face of popular protest, largely without violent repression."
Slavic and East European Resources / Slavophila.com
Southestern Europe / US Dept. of State
U.S.-Russian Relations at the Turn of the Century / Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Two reports: one from the Carnegie endowment for International Peace Working Group, the other from the Moscow-based Council of Foreign and Defense Policy Working Group.