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Biblioteca "Leader-viitorul"
07.08.2008
  Аномалии русского характера
româna
Вступая в контакт с россиянами, любой незнакомый с этим народом человек вскоре понимает, что Россия существует по совершенно отличным от oстального мира законам. О причинах этого от личия можно спорить до бесконечности. Но порой Россия напоминает нам некоторых наших знакомых, и тогда кажется, что у нее есть некая коллективная, «надличностная» личность — а это придает ее образу еще больше загадочности и притягательности.
16.07.2008
  The List: The World’s 10 Youngest Leaders
If Barack Obama wins the U.S. presidential election in November at the age of 47, he will become one of the youngest Americans to assume the presidency. But Barack would still be older than these guys.
 
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02.06.2008
Mihai Grecu, Anatol Ţăranu, "Politica de epurare lingvistică în Transnistria", Chisinau, 2005
româna
Scopul principal al acestei broşuri este de a elucida politica de epurare lingvistică promovată de autorităţile separatiste de la Tiraspol în aşa-numita "Republică Moldovenească Nistreană" ("RMN"). Termenul “epurare lingvistică” aparţine Înaltului Comisar al OSCE pentru minorităţi naţionale, Rolf Ekeus. El a catalogat astfel politica autorităţilor transnistrene faţă de şcolile moldoveneşti cu predare în limba română pe baza grafiei latine din Transnistria, la 15 iulie 2004, după ce miliţia şi trupe speciale transnistrene au ocupat cu forţa localul şcolii nr. 20 ("Lucian Blaga") din Tiraspol.
01.09.2007
"Bulgaria, U.S. Bases and Black Sea Geopolitics"
The USS Forest Sherman, a guided missile destroyer of the Sixth Fleet, visited the Bulgarian port of Varna in early August and carried out joint naval exercises with the Bulgarian navy. This event would normally be seen as routine. However, the announcement of an American troop deployment to a...
Report Drafted By: W. Alejandro Sanchez, The Power and Interest News Report (PINR)
 
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18.08.2007
  MOLDOVA: SITUATION ANALYSIS AND TREND ASSESSMENT
english
During its first decade of independence, Moldova moved toward building democratic institutions, establishing a market economy, and developing cooperation with Western economic, political and military institutions. Moldova become a member of the United Nations, the CSCE/OSCE, joined NATO’s Partnership for Peace programme, and in 1995, become one of the first former Soviet states admitted to the Council of Europe. It also signed and ratified more than 40 international instruments on human rights. Beyond this, Moldova held open parliamentary and presidential elections, which regularly resulted in the replacement of incumbent governments and presidents.
A Writenet Report by Argentina Gribincea and Mihai Grecu commissioned by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Protection Information Section (DIP)
14.08.2007
  Implications of Russia's foreign and security policy on Moldova
english
September 11 and the "war against terrorism" had a great impact on Russia's foreign and security policy. Moscow had not only to re-evaluate its relations with the West, but also to consider the creation of a new strategic concept for its policy in the ‘Near Abroad’. Furthermore, Russia's participation on the Meetings of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) and between NATO Foreign Ministers and the Foreign Ministers of Partner Countries Council of Ministers' in Reykjavik in May 2002 within the new framework of Russian - NATO partnership, as well as November 2002 NATO Summit in Prague with regard to accession of Rumania to the Alliance might affect the strategic environment in which Moldova is placed.
Ella Akerman, Research Associate Scottish Centre for International Security
14.08.2007
  Moldova’s Dilemmas in Democratizing Transnistria
english
Moldovan civil society actors have long been advocating for the need to promote democratization in Transnistria. It seems as if their voice has finally been heard. The Orange revolution in Ukraine brought to power the opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, one of whose first foreign policy initiatives was to propose a comprehensive plan for settling the Transnistrian conflict. Democratization through the holding of free and fair elections to the new Transnistrian regional assembly under international monitoring is a key element of Yushchenko’s plan.
Dr. Oleh Protsyk, European Centre for Minority Issues
01.08.2007
  Declaraţiile lui Voronin, trei riscuri pentru Republica Moldova
Declaraţiile din 20 şi 25 iulie ale preşedintelui Vladimir Voronin conţin trei riscuri majore la adresaRepublicii Moldova. Primul – risc la adresa suveranităţii. Modelul negociat cu Rusia pentru reglementarea conflictului din Transnistria, ar legaliza scindarea politică a teritoriului, ar...
Vladimir SOCOR, pentru FLUX
 
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21.07.2007
  The European Parliament adopted a new resolution on Human rights violations in the Republic of Moldova's Transnistria
Whereas the 1992 war in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova led to the establishment of a separatist, illegitimate and authoritarian regime in the region; the situation of the frozen conflict persists and human rights violations continue to be gross and widespread;
The European Parliament
 
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21.07.2007
  „Europa” vorbeşte la Chişinău cu accent maghiar?
româna
Un filosof român interbelic vorbea despre unguri ca posesori ai unei „mistici a statului maghiar”. Când aud de statul ungur, continua acesta cu admiraţie, „toţi maghiarii, indiferent unde se află ei, se ridică în picioare”. Şi, probabil, nu greşea foarte mult. Dacă astăzi formula filosofului se mai potriveşte maghiarimii sau diplomaţiei Budapestei este dincolo de scopurile acestui material. Dar faptul că o altă sintagmă a aceluiaşi personaj se potriveşte indiscutabil cu prestaţia diplomaţiei maghiare ne interesează direct.
Dan Dungaciu, pentru FLUX, 20.07.2007
10.07.2007
  Mr. Putin, let Georgia and Moldova go free!
14 April 2006, Washington, DC -- At a conference titled Russia and the Frozen Conflicts held on 13 April at the Johns Hopkins University’s SAIS, former U.S. US Member of the International Security Advisory Board for Georgia David J. Smith, a senior fellow of the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, asked the speakers what should President George W. Bush need to tell president Vladimir Putin when he goes to St. Petersburg for the G-8 summit.
Vlad Spanu, The President of the Moldova Foundation, in the Washington, DC area
 
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10.07.2007
  EUROPE & AMERICA ARE LOST ON THE ROAD MAP TO NOWHERE
In a crisis people fall back on familiar instincts. So, as the fighting in the Middle East escalated, the Americans defended Israel, the French condemned Israel, the British searched for the middle ground and the United Nations called for restraint. The Group of Eight in Moscow nonetheless managed to issue a joint statement. But this facade of unity could soon crack.
By Gideon Rachman, Columnist Financial Times, London, United Kingdom
 
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10.07.2007
  Banned in Russia: the politics of georgian wine
english
Russia’s ongoing campaign to intimidate independent-minded governments in its neighborhood has taken a new twist. Targeting Georgia and Moldova, Russia has banned imports of their wines to Russia’s substantial wine market. Any Russian historian would have counseled against this action, as both the images and the results are not what Russia’s new imperialists seek.
Mamuka Tsereteli
10.07.2007
  Ofensiva limbii moldoveneşti în Uniunea Europeană
româna
Intr-un document confidential trimis recent de cancelaria presedintelui comunist de la Chisinau, Vladimir Voronin, catre reprezentantele diplomatice ale Republicii Moldova din tarile Uniunii Europene este dispusa inlocuirea cat mai rapida a limbii romane cu “limba moldoveneasca” in dialogul direct cu institutiile comunitare si autoritatile tarilor de resedinta.
http://www.atac-online.ro/
10.07.2007
  Wine, whine and Mother Russia in Moldova
Moldova may be one of the smallest former Soviet republics, but it sure does get a lot of attention from Russia’s leadership. In fact, in recent months, the Kremlin has spent a great deal of time on the problem of Moldovaor more specifically, what to do about this little country’s continuing insistence that Russian troops leave its soil, that Russia stop supporting separatists there, and that it be given the freedom to conduct independent foreign and domestic policies.
By Tammy Lynch, Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology & Policy at Boston University
 
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10.07.2007
  Promoting Democracy through Civil Society
english
The importance of civil society for democracy and democratisation has become widely acknowledged as part of the post-cold war democratic paradigm. The very concept of civil society re-emerged in political and academic discourse along with the democratic transitions in Central and Eastern Europe in the late 1980s. Since then it has made its way into the democracy promotion policies of all major Western states and organisations. The central role of peaceful civic activity in bringing about political change was reaffirmed by the recent transitions inGeorgia and Ukraine.
Kristi Raik, Researcher at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs
10.07.2007
  The Black Sea and the Frontiers of Freedom
english
A series of historically unprecedented events have brought the attention of the West to the wider Black Sea region — that region including the littoral states of the Black Sea, Moldova, and the Southern Caucasus countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. The successful completion of the anchoring and integration of Central and Eastern European countries stretching from the Baltic to the Black Sea in the Euro-Atlantic community marks the end of the grand historical project of the 1990s initiated in the wake of the end of the Cold War.
By Ronald D. Asmus and Bruce P. Jackson
10.07.2007
  Developing a New Euro-Atlantic Strategy for the Black Sea Region: Istanbul Paper #2
english
The idea for this strategy paper grew out of a conversation with Romanian Foreign Minister Mircea Geoana in the spring of 2003. The Prague NATO summit had taken place a few months earlier and Alliance leaders had embraced the idea of a “Big Bang” enlargement involving seven countries stretching from the three Baltic states in the north to Romania and Bulgaria on the Black Sea in the south. In parallel, the European Union was preparing for an equally historic and ambitious round of enlargement that would encompass ten countries. It was the fulfillment of a dream that emerged a decade earlier when the leaders of new democracies of Central and Eastern Europe had set their sights on anchoring themselves to the West by becoming full members of the Euro-Atlantic community and joining both the EU and NATO.
Ronald D. Asmus, Project Director and Rapporteur
02.07.2007
  Republica Moldova si partenerii occidentali cer intr-un glas retragerea trupelor rusesti
româna
La Viena s-a incheiat astazi Conferinta extraordinara a celor 30 de tari semnatare ale Tratatului despre Armele Conventionale in Europa. E vorba despre Tratatul semnat in 1999 la Istanbul care include, printre altele, si angajamentul Rusiei de a-si retrage trupele din Republica Moldova si Georgia.Conferinta de la Viena a intiat-o Rusia, sperind sa convinga tarile occidentale sa ratifice Tratatul fara ca Rusia sa-si mai indeplineasca anumite obligatii si angajamente din cadrul Tratatului, mentinind trupele rusesti pe teritoriul Republicii Moldova.Tarile-membre ale NATO si Uniunii Europene au respins aceasta cerere a Rusiei. Delegatia Republicii Moldova la Conferinta, pe baza instructiunilor Presedintelui Vladimir Voronin, a cerut ca trupele rusesti sa se retraga de pe teritoriul Republicii Moldova in mod complet, ordonat si supravegheat, iar actuala operatiune de pacificare sa fie inlocuita printr-o misiune internationala de observatori. Aceasta este pozitia oficiala a Republicii Moldova de peste 2 ani incoace, reafirmata in negocieri ca si in foruri internationale.
Vladimir SOCOR
02.07.2007
  Bring the phantom republics in from the cold
english
WASHINGTON Three months ago, the presidents of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria celebrated the creation of a new organization, the Community for Democracy and Human Rights. The presidents promised to democratize their governments, protect ethnic minorities and bring peace and prosperity to their countries. But no head of state greeted the new organization, because no one recognizes the existence of these countries. For the past 15 years, these phantom Eurasian states have carved out a de facto existence, with their own economies, parliaments, foreign policies and militaries. The recognized republics from which they have seceded, Georgia and Moldova, insist that they are no more than criminal networks. Things are now coming to a head. Transnistria will hold a formal referendum on independence on Sept. 17. The others will probably follow suit.
Charles KING, Georgetown University
 
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