Stories about Romania from April, 2008
Slovakia, Romania: Media Freedom
Edward Lucas of the Economist re-posts his piece on the “shrinking” of “media freedom” in Slovakia and Romania.
Romania: Electoral Reform
Dr. Sean's Diary and Fruits and Votes – on the Romanian electoral reform.
Ukraine: “Agflation” and Other Economic Problems
Ukrainiana writes about the country's economic problems.
Hungary: “Intellectuals and Politics”
Hungarian Spectrum writes about Hungarian intellectuals in politics.
Romania: NATO Summit
Andy of Csíkszereda Musings writes about the NATO Summit in Bucharest: “Bucharest is being flooded with loads of violent, aggressive and corrupt criminals. Any sane immigration policy would have kept these people out of the country and turned them back at the airport, but Romania instead is welcoming them and...
Romania: NATO Summit and Bucharest Traffic
Stan Faryna translates a Romanian bloggers' report on traffic in Bucharest on the first day of the NATO Summit: "After listening to the discouraging morning traffic report on the radio, I was surprised to find traffic was lighter than usual (like a quiet Sunday)."
Romania: NATO Summit & Civil Rights
Stan Faryna writes at length about the NATO Summit, which has opened in Romania's capital today, and reviews reactions in the Romanian citizen media: “As the minutes ticks closer to the start of today’s NATO Summit in Bucharest, some Romanian bloggers question the zeal of their leaders in ensuring there...
Romania: NATO Summit in Bucharest
Mihnea Dumitru announces his plans to leave the city for the duration of the NATO Summit in Bucharest, which begins today: “In a perfect show of support for my government and its intentions to transform the capital into a no-man’s land where nothing can possibly go wrong, I have decided...