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EAST VIEW PRESS BOOKS


Over the past several years East View has published a number of authoritative source materials under the name of East View Publications, East View Information Services, East View Cartographic and, now, East View Press. A number of these books have been published in the vernacular and others as English-language translations. These publications are intended for use by scholars, students, researchers and analysts and anyone else interested in critical international and public policy issues, especially in the areas of international security, foreign affairs, politics, economics, history, Slavic studies, geography, mapping and demography. Please select from the menu of subject categories on the left for more information about our various titles.
 
NEW TITLES FROM EAST VIEW PRESS

 


     

A rich guide to the maps of the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign theater and its environs

Price:
$89.95 (softcover)

$149.95 (hardcover)

A detailed assessment of the organization and capabilities of special operations forces from around the world.

Price: $79.95

Detailed account of military developments in Ukraine and Russia leading up to the 2014 annexation of Crimea with new essays covering the outbreak of conflict in eastern Ukraine

Price: $89.95
     
 
   

Candid and powerful memoir by Andrei Sannikov, former deputy minister of foreign affairs of Belarus and opposition politician.

Price: $22.95

Detailed local terrain analysis reports covering all of Ukraine

Price: $495.00

Detailed local terrain analysis reports covering all of Syria and Lebanon

Price: $295.00



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Beijing’s European Offensive

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Ensuring Russia’s National Security in the Arctic

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Strategic Deterrence and Russia’s National Security Today (No. 1, 2012)


The Specter of a “Revolutionary Situation”: Protest Actions and Protest Sentiments in Russia Today

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Types of Economic Action (No. 2, 2011)