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A er the collapse of the bipolar international system, a new line of "so " division in Europe has been established in East-Central Europe. e article seeks to verify the hypothesis that Central and Eastern Europe is an international relations area but is not a cohesive, tightly-knit region united by common institutions, historical experience and the resulting awareness of a separate identity and a sense of community vis-à-vis the external world whereas the international order herein is a dynamicdoi:10.15804/ppsy2012004 fatcat:bivh6xsrr5evfdbz2uy36xq5je