Country Reports

Forgive and Forget? The June 1990 Mineriad

Perspectives on the events of 13th-15th of June 1990 in Romania. more…

Holger Dix | June 21, 2010

Ballistic Missile Defense System In Europe

The Romanian Component

An announcement that Romania had accepted the US’s request of deploying elements of the American ballistic missile defense system in Europe to Romanian soil was made by President Traian Basescu after an extraordinary meeting of the Supreme Defense Council (CSAT) on February 4, 2010. The Romanian President assured the nation that the operation did not target Russia and that it was meant to protect the entire territory of the country against threats originating from the Middle East with several land-based rocket systems. The CSAT decision is pending Parliament approval under the Romanian law. more…

Dr. Mihail Ionescu | March 5, 2010

The New Romanian Government Coalition between Center-Right and Center-Left

The November 30th parliamentary elections results brought together at the negotiation table four political parties that aimed at forming the government coalition. more…

Holger Dix, Georgetta Voinea | January 5, 2009

The Democratic Party from Romania became an Associate Member of the European People’s Party

On November 9, the European People’s Party (EPP) upgraded the Democratic Party (PD) from Romania status, from Observer Member to Associate Member. The strengthened relationship between EPP and PD represents an important political action both at the level of European representation of the Romanian political parties and at the level of the internal political scene from Romania. more…

Georgetta Voinea | November 27, 2006

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