WARSAW Pact countries.
the revolted against Gorbechev's leadership (1st) they were called satellites (my answer)
they were called satellites
satellites IMPROVEMENT. Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, Albania.
The European Union was founded by Western European countries while Eastern European countries were still occupied by the Soviet Union.
No Eastern European countries were members of the European Union in 1993. The EU did not expand to the east until 2004 when nine Eastern European countries (with one Western European nation) joined the EU.
Eastern Europe is only full of Eastern European countries. That means there are no Western European countries, Latin American countries, Subsaharan countries, East Asian countries, etc. in Eastern Europe.
Eastern European countries became communist, which was a political ideology modernized by the USSR.
Many countries from Eastern Europe have joined the European Union since 2004. This makes it easier for them to travel to other European countries to get work. A lot of people from eastern European countries have travelled to countries in western Europe where there is more work, so a lot of eastern Europeans have gone to the United Kingdom.
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There are 27 countries in Eastern Europe. This includes five transcontinental countries and two geo-political European countries.
Eastern European countries have more environmental issues, such as the Ukraine, Russia, or Romania.
most European and middle eastern countries.....k,k,
They are Slavic countries and Hitler thought Slavs inferior.
Slovenia and Croatia
NATO, Washington Treaty
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The rulers were weak.