Central Europe Review

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Central Europe Review (ISSN 1212-8732) "was founded in June 1999 by Andrew Stroehlein to offer new perspectives on Central and East European politics, society and culture. The magazine grew exponentially in the following months and very quickly became an authoritative source of information on the region, cited widely and winning awards and commendations around the globe...

"We began to think more about structure and systems, and with this in mind, in summer 2000, Central Europe Review Ltd. was established as a company limited by shares in the UK by four people: Andrew James Horton, Catherine Lovatt, Kazi Stastna and Andrew Stroehlein." [1]


Web: http://www.ce-review.org

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  1. Overview, Central Europe Review, accessed February 5, 2009.