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The term Eurasia is often ambiguous but as used here refers to the 15 states of the former Soviet Union, the seven states of the former Yugoslavia, the two states of the former Czechoslovakia, and five states — Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Romania — which have remained in their same borders since the 1990s.
Abstract. This essay explores three films— 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (2007), 12:08 East of Bucharest (2006), and Police, Adjective (2009)—to see how communist "structures of feeling" suffuse various time periods: the Ceauşescu regime, the anniversary of the revolution, and a post-communist world. These films often obliquely address the traumas of communism, not through direct ...
Stan and Turcescu examine the complex relationship between church and state in this new Romania, providing analysis in key areas: church collaboration with communist authorities, post-communist electoral politics, nationalism and ethno-politics, restitution of Greek Catholic property, religious education, and sexual behavior and reproduction.
This book examines how membership of the European Union has affected life in the ten former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe that are now members of the European Union. It attempts to answer some fundamental questions: Was the reward of EU membership worth the sacrifices made? How have the new member states fared? Has the promise of EU membership, on which so many expectations ...
This article examines the efforts of post-communist Romania and Bulgaria to reinvent their national images through the use of nation branding. After the collapse of communism in 1989, former communist nations experienced significant political, economic and cultural turmoil, accompanied by a deeply felt need for national self-redefinition.
Feb 19, 2021 · The two countries severed diplomatic ties after Romania declared war on the United States in 1941; and re-established them in 1947. Relations remained strained during the Cold War era while Romania was under communist leadership. After the 1989 revolution ended communist rule, however, Romania’s policies became unequivocally pro-Western.
African Union Commission Library at the Headquarters. The chapter provides an overview of the changes suffered by the secondary and higher education systems in the communism to post-communism transition and discusses the transformation of the teaching methods and the impact of these transformations.
Romania WW2 Crusade against communism medal. Romanian medal with something to do with WW2 judging by the 1941 date on the reverse. Other than that, little idea. Collector of WW2 German medals and badges with a focus on the combat badges. Also any British medals to Macleod or Mcleod.