Europa Orientalis est orientalis Europae pars. Vocabulo sunt late dissimiles geopoliticae, geographiae, culturae, et oeconomiae significationes—qua pro causa id ex contextu magnopere dependet et tantum volatile fit, atque sunt "paene quot definitiones Europae Orientalis tot eruditi regionis."[1] Commentarius cognatus Consociationis Nationum addit "omnem aestimationem eorundem spatialium reapse esse constructum societatis et culturae."[2]

Regiones rationibus statisticis a United Nations Statistics Division adhibitae (Europa Orientali rubro signata):      Europa Septentrionalis      Europa Occidentalis      Europa Orientalis      Europa Meridiana

Nexus interni

  1. Anglice: "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region." "The Balkans", Global Perspectives: A Remote Sensing and World Issues Site. Wheeling Jesuit University/Center for Educational Technologies, 1999-2002.
  2. Anglice: "every assessment of spatial identities is essentially a social and cultural construct." A Subdivision of Europe into Larger Regions by Cultural Criteria prepared by Peter Jordan, the framework of the Permanent Committee on Geographical Names (StAGN), Vienna, Austria, 2006.


  • Gal, Susan, et Gail Kligman. 2000. The Politics of Gender After Socialism. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press.
  • Ghodsee, Kristen. 2009. Muslim Lives in Eastern Europe: Gender, Ethnicity and the Transformation of Islam in Postsocialist Bulgaria. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press.
  • Verdery, Katherine. 1996. What Was Socialism and What Comes Next? Princetoniae: Princeton University Press.
  • Myant, Martin; Drahokoupil, Jan (2010), Transition Economies: Political Economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN 978-0-470-59619-7 

Nexus externi

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