Periodicals of the Baltics, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine (UDB-EUR)

News coverage from eastern and central Europe

Featuring publications from Russia’s western neighbors, the Periodicals of the Baltics, Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine (UDB-EUR) collection now makes it easier than ever to stay informed of events in eastern and central Europe. The countries represented in this collection are on a perpetual balancing act between Russia and their European neighbors. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, often referred to as the “Baltics,” have been members of the European Union and NATO since 2004, and the others are in varying stages of interdependence or estrangement from Russia. UDB-EUR contains official and independent newspapers and journals, covering current events, politics, economics, science, culture, public life, and more.

Baltics, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine

Key Stats

  • Archive: 1997-present
  • Language: Russian, English, Estonian, Ukrainian, Belarusian
  • Countries: Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Ukraine
  • Frequency: Varies
  • Updates: Continuous
  • Format: Full text
  • Producer: East View Information Services
  • Platform: East View Universal Database

UDB-EUR Titles

Active titles in the Periodicals of the Baltics, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine collection include:

  • Den’
  • The Minsk Times
  • Moldavskie vedomosti
  • Narodnaia gazeta
  • Postimees
  • SB. Belarus’ segodnia
  • Soiuz Belarus’ – Rossiia

A full list of titles and holdings can be downloaded below.

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