The post-Soviet handbook : a guide to grassroots organizations and Internet resources in the newly independent states / M. Holt Ruffin, Joan McCarter, Richard Upjohn ; foreword by S. Frederick Starr.

The Soviet Union's demise in 1991 resulted in 15 independent nations and a legacy of crime and corruption, public insecurity, and even civil wars. More positive and lasting, if less visible, has been the formation of dynamic new organizations by public-spirited citizens working to make their in...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Ruffin, M. Holt, (Author)
Other Authors: McCarter, Joan., Upjohn, Richard.
Format: Book
Published: Seattle [Wash.] : Center for Civil Society International, in association with University of Washington Press, ©1996.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; The Post-Soviet Handbook; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Guide to Foreign Words and Abbreviations; Maps; Introduction; U.S.-Based Organizations; Clearinghouse Organizations; Special Focus Organizations; NIS-Based Organizations; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Georgia; Kazakstan; Kyrgyzstan; Moldova; Russia: West of the Urals; Russia: East of the Urals; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan; Internet Resources; Internet Access in the NIS; Electronic Mailing Lists; NIS-Related Internet Sites; Online News Sources; Electronic Directories and Lists.
  • Sending and Receiving in CyrillicAppendices; Additional Resources; Index of NIS Cities with Grassroots Organizations; Index of U.S.-Based Organizations.