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Mon, 16 Nov 2020

Current Affairs Title New Eastern Europe Launches Digital Subscriptions

London, 16th November 2020

Current Affairs Title New Eastern Europe Launches Digital Subscriptions

Current affairs magazine New Eastern Europe has launched a digital subscription service for individuals and institutions in partnership with archiving experts Exact Editions. Subscribers will benefit from unlimited, fully-searchable access to an 8-year archive that will grow with each new issue published.

Published bi-monthly by the Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław, Poland, New Eastern Europe seeks to act as a voice for the region and is dedicated to reporting on Central and Eastern European affairs. The title’s mission is to shape the debate, enhance understanding and further the dialogue surrounding issues facing the states that were once a part of the Soviet Union or under its influence, featuring commentary and analysis from journalists, historians and political figures.

The brand new digital resource can be read, browsed and shared across web, iOS and Android devices, providing readers with seamless cross-platform access. The Exact Editions platform’s comprehensive search function allows references to key terms to be found instantly amongst the 40 issues that currently make up the archive.

New Eastern Europe is available in the Exact Editions individuals and institutional shops here:

Individuals

Institutions

Editor-in-Chief Adam Reichardt commented: “The digital issues are made brilliantly readable by the platform’s intuitive features, including the powerful search function that really enhances the user experience.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “The pertinent analytical content accessible in the new archive of New Eastern Europe cements its place as an important educational tool that will be welcomed by all those studying or with an interest in Central and Eastern Europe.”


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