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May 24, 09:10

Comment: Why the crowds mass in the square in front of Romania’s Government each...

Guest writer Paul Wood explains why people continue the protests in Bucharest’s Victoriei Square despite the Romanian Government’s decision to repeal controversial emergency ordinances...

Comment: Who will stop Romania’s new leaders if they want put a leash on...

The changes in Romania’s justice system will be one of the highly sensitive themes of the new governing coalition made of the Social Democratic...

Comment: Tough decision for Romania’s political man of the moment

The Social Democratic Party (PSD) may have won the parliamentary elections in Romania, but its leader Liviu Dragnea still has a tough decision to...

Comment: Why is Romania’s relation with China underdeveloped?

Guest writer Mihai Titienar, a Romanian student in Shanghai, looks into the complicated relation between Romania and China. A few days ago, the 5th Meeting...

Comment: Fog in the Channel, Europe Cut Off

Guest writer Ronnie Smith, a Scotsman living in Romania, analyzes the effects of Brexit (Britain's exit from the EU) on his home country and its...

Comment: What if…Brexit?

In 2015 Prime Minister Cameron ceased pressure and decided to organize a referendum. The question, asked to British and Irish residing in UK, Commonwealth...

Comment: The importance of consumer protection legislation on cross-border transactions

When a local company is enjoying success on the internal market, the temptation of expanding its activity in other member states of the European...

Comment: Six reasons why Romania may win the Euro 2016 opening match against France

The UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2016) kicks off today and Romania are in the privileged position to play the opening match against hosts...

Comment: The Romanian Normal

Why do Romanians reelect arrested mayors? Guest writer Ronnie Smith puts the events that have recently made the headlines in Romania into context. During my...

Comment: Back in Cernăuți, a city that feels like 1953 England

Guest writer Paul Wood takes us on a walk through Cernăuți, a peaceful city in Northern Bucovina, and through its interesting history. An unmistakable sense...
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