Ethnic Divisiveness in the New Nations of Eastern Europe Essay by Professor Victor Verb

Ethnic Divisiveness in the New Nations of Eastern Europe
A review of the challenges facing the new nations of Eastern Europe.
# 52605 | 2,012 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2001 | US


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This paper discusses the cultural, political, and social divisiveness that have resulted from a paucity of central governmental services in some of the new nations in Eastern Europe and provides an analysis of the causes for the violent confrontations that have taken place in the recent past.

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"The breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991 resulted in a number of newly independent nations, whose borders were frequently based on old geopolitical lines without regard for the ethnically based demographics involved. Without a central government in place in many of these regions of Eastern Europe, basic public services have failed, economies have faltered or collapsed and wars have broken out between ethnic factions within these countries."

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