posted by y912f on .
#49. It has been said that Eastern Europe is a political region more than a physical region. Would you agree or disagree with this statement? You must provide a solid argument for your position.
hmm...I agree that Eastern Europe is not so much a distinct physical region as it is a political one, but i'm not sure how i can support that.
'For decades after WWII it formed a buffer between the West and the Communist superpower, the Soviet Union. Today the region is made up of a number of countries seeking to find a new identity and a new place in the world.'
Please help me
"political changes have dramatically altered boundaries in Eastern Europe. For example, what was once East Germany has merged with West Germany to form Germany."
This article should help you.
thankyou, it does help a lot