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· April, 2008

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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