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Oazu NANTOI
25.05.2004
  Key-Points of the “Three D” Strategy to Settle the Transnistrian Conflict
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The conflict in the Eastern area of the Republic of Moldova (the Transnistrian conflict), that has involved opposing forces of the legal authorities of the country and the separatists of Tiraspol for the last 15 years, is the expression of geo-political interests of the Russian Federation and of Russia’s efforts to preserve its status as a regional super-power. These interests can be summarized as the following:
Oazu Nantoi, Institute for Public Policy
20.02.2004
  THE ISSUE OF THE CONFLICT IN THE EASTERN ZONE OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA AFTER MAASTRICHT
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The Republic of Moldova was established as a state in 1991 as a result of the collapse of the USSR. For many centuries, its territory was the focal point of the interests of different regional superpowers. When its independence was acquired, the local population completely lacked experience in self-government, democracy and statehood traditions. So when the USSR collapsed, there was no significant amount of citizens in the young state able to ensure, through democratic political means, the quality of the country’s management, along with the coherence of the transition process and foreign policy, as in the Baltic States.
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