U.S. Copyright Relations with Central, East European, and Eurasian Nations in Historical Perspective

@article{Pilch2006USCR,
  title={U.S. Copyright Relations with Central, East European, and Eurasian Nations in Historical Perspective},
  author={Janice T. Pilch},
  journal={Slavic Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={65},
  pages={325 - 348}
}
In the last decade, the international copyright environment has been transformed by the rise of digital technology and by a new emphasis on intellectual property as a key to global economic growth. Recent trends have coincided with developments in the postcommunist nations of central and eastern Europe and Eurasia and have changed the rules for the use and dissemination of works originating in these nations. In this article, Janice T. Pilch examines recent developments in a historical context… 
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