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  • David Bieber
    Sources on the Balkan Peninsula (http://www.hri.org/nodes/balkans.html) URL: http://www.eurobalkans.co.yu/home.htm Title: Eurobalkans URL:
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 6, 1999
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      Sources on the Balkan Peninsula (http://www.hri.org/nodes/balkans.html)

      URL: http://www.eurobalkans.co.yu/home.htm
      Title: Eurobalkans

      URL: http://listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu/archives/albanews.html
      Title: AlbaNews (News Mailing List Archive)

      URL: http://www.uns.hr/
      Title: National Security Office (UNS)

      URL: http://www.sinf.gov.mk/
      Title: Ministry of Information

      URL: http://www.mia.com.mk/tempwww/Ang/1/NewsList.html
      Title: Macedonian Information Agency (MIA)

      URL: http://www.mkd.com.mk/
      Title: MakNet (Official FYROM Internet Directory)

      URL: http://www.osceprag.cz/kosovo/index.htm
      Title: OSCE Mission in Kosovo



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    • Florian Bieber
      Here are some links on Southeastern Europe: Economic Reconstruction and Development in South East Europe: http://www.seerecon.org/ This sight lists information
      Message 2 of 3 , Nov 24, 1999
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        Here are some links on Southeastern Europe:

        Economic Reconstruction and Development in South East Europe:
        http://www.seerecon.org/
        This sight lists information on the stability pact for Southeastern Europe
        and give numerous economic and political sources on SEE.

        European Commission: Stabilisation and Association Process for countries of
        South-Eastern Europe - http://europa.eu.int/comm/dg1a/see
        This site lists docments, speeches and other materials relevant to the
        approach of the EU to Southeastern Europe

        Department of History of Art (Belgrade, Yugoslavia):
        http://mediateka.f.bg.ac.yu/
        The homepage contains presentations, reports and database on the
        devastation of Cultural Property in Yugoslavia.

        Code of Tsar Dusan: http://www.dusanov-zakonik.co.yu/
        A new site about the Code of Tsar Stefan Dusan (14th c.), a very important
        collection of law in the serbian medieval state. This site and a CD have
        been made on the occasion of the 650th
        anniversary of the proclamation, in cooperation of the National library and
        the Academy of Sciences in Belgrade. The text is also available in Russian
        and English, and there are some illustrations too.
        Last two sites suggested by Mihailo Milinkovic(BDG-Forum)

        Danas (Yugoslavia): http://www.danas.co.yu
        After a long absence, the daily newspaper "Danas" again has daily news
        reports on the
        internet. The design is significantly improved. "Danas" was founded by
        journalists from the defunct "Nasa borba" in 1997, and the editor is
        Grujica Spasovic, the former assistant
        editor of "Nasa borba."
        Suggested by Eric Gordy

        War at the Crossroads: http://www.igc.org/balkans/crossroads.html
        By Bill Weinberg and Dorie Wilsnack
        The Balkan region is intensely multicultural--a point of crossroads and
        clash for some of the world's major religions, cultural spheres and
        economic systems. While there have been vicious wars in Balkan history,
        these have taken place in the context of manipulation by imperial powers,
        and self-serving local leaders who cater to them.
        Suggested by Ivo Skoric (ZAMIR-CHAT-LIST)
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        Members are welcome to suggest sites. Just send them by email with a brief
        description to Florian Bieber (fbieber@...)
      • Florian Bieber
        From: JOE Papers for the annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (7-9 April, Cambridge) are now
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 14, 2001
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          From: "JOE" <JOE-List@...>

          Papers for the annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and
          East European Studies (7-9 April, Cambridge) are now available at the ICEES
          server, University of Glasgow:
          http://www.gla.ac.uk/external/basees/basees01/01papers.html

          Including the following papers:

          Matthew Gorton and Sophia Davidova
          The International Competitivenes of CEEC Agriculture

          Philip Hanson
          A Question and Two Bar-charts

          Mark Harrison
          Economic Growth and Slowdown

          Alex Krouglov
          Translation and Interpreting in Post-Communist Societies

          Katalin Miklóssy
          The national sentiment in Hungarian foreign policy 1968-1978: The Case of
          Romania

          Lavinia Stan
          Romanian Political Science

          Kevin Windle and Margaret Travers
          Treatment of Macedonian Proverbs in Macedonian-English Dictionaries
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          From: This Week on the Global Beat - 03/08/01


          Balkan Conflicts
          The American Army In The Balkans: Strategic Alternatives And Implications
          The goals that led the U.S. into the Balkans have not yet been fully met.
          To do so requires both sustained involvement in that region and a continued
          refinement at the Army s peace operations capabilities. If U.S. political
          leaders decide that involvement in protracted peace operations will be an
          enduring part of American strategy, the Department of Defense should help
          form specialized joint and interagency peacekeeping organizations as an
          augmentation to the existing military. The Army should clearly play a
          leading role in this. Steven Metz, U.S. Army War College's Strategic
          Studies Institute, January 2001 (PDF file)
          <http://carlisle-www.army.mil/usassi/ssipubs/pubs2001/balkans/balkans.pdf>
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