Bulgaria and Israel are two small countries with a surprising amount in common. Both are ethnically distinct from their neighbours; both have sizeable minority populations bearing a cultural affinity with a large and potentially threatening neighbour; both have internal ethnic schisms which are reinforced by a considerable degree of occupational and residential segregation, and both countries are undergoing important changes as a result of the break-up of the Soviet Bloc and the realignment of international politics.
|Place of Publication||Aldershot, England|
|Number of pages||259|
|ISBN (Print)||1856286215, 9781856286213|
|State||Published - Jan 1993|