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Why is Romania not following the EU mainstream on Venezuela?

Although it holds the Council presidency, Romania remains among a number of EU countries that do not recognise the legitimacy of the auto-proclaimed Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó. On 31 January, The European Parliament recognized…

Dacian Ciolos, the light-headed heavyweight

Political life in Romania was dominated this weekend by the fusion of the main two reformist political formations, two conglomerates that have pooled together the potential votes of the educated urban younger generations for the…


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