Just as the economic restructuring of Central and Eastern Europe looks to be an increasingly long-term project, plans for a regeneration of the region’s environment are being pushed further into the future. Most states are putting off environmental protection in favor of faster economic development, and Western aid is negligible relative to the scale of […]

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