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  Volume 63, Number 4, Spring 2015

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Libraries in a Postcommunist World: A Quarter of a Century of Development in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia: Part 2

Hermina G.B. Anghelescu, Issue Editor

Leadership and Innovators Training Program for Latvian and Romanian Public Librarians at the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs

pp. 629-646
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Albanian Libraries in a Changing Society

pp. 647-662
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In “No Man’s Land”: Libraries in Post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina

pp. 663-674
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Libraries in Croatia: Developments and Trends in the Postsocialist Period

pp. 675-696
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The Libraries of Kosovo: A Historical Overview

pp. 697-703
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Historical Milestones of Slovak Librarianship, 1989–2014

pp. 704-724
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Libraries and the Library System of Slovenia

pp. 725-744
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Ukrainian Libraries at a Time of Political Unrest: Observations from a Ten-Day Journey

pp. 745-755
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Democracy and Libraries: Modernizing and Rebuilding Bulgarian Libraries with US Support, 1990–2014

pp. 756-765
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Montenegrin Libraries, 1989–2014

pp. 766-780
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The Libraries of Belarus

pp. 781-793
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Libraries in Moldova: The Road to Renewal in Hard Economic Times

pp. 794-808
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Regime Change in Romania: A Quarter-Century Impact on Libraries

pp. 809-843
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Index to Volume 63

pp. 845-883
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