Romania: The Unfinished Revolution

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Routledge, Aug 2, 2004 - Political Science - 192 pages
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The Romanian revolution was motivated by a desire for greater political and intellectual freedom and economic prosperity. It was the bloodiest of the eastern European transitions due to Ceausescu's cult of personality. However, many of the goals of the revolution are still unfulfilled. The lack of civil society, charges of political corruption, the failure to transform the economy, and concerns over the protection of ethnic minority rights are all factors in Romania's failure to become a fully integrated European country.
Tracing the country's political history and examining Romania's postcommunist politics, economic transition and foreign policy, this book contemplates the prospects for this country as it enters the twenty first century.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
HISTORY OF ROMANIA 19441964
13
HISTORY OF ROMANIA 19651989
45
ROMANIAN POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT 19901999
65
ROMANIAN ECONOMIC POLICY 19901999
87
ROMANIAN FOREIGN POLICY 19901999
109
Bibliography
131
Index
137
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