Politics
Moldovarious launches new book on the Transdniestrian Issue
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Written by patrick griesser Friday, 20 January 2012 19:27

Read more...After several months of field research on the spot in Transdniestria and Moldova, Moldovarious launches a new book: "The Transdniestrian Issue: geopolitical chess at the crossroad between East and West"

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Constitutional Referendum Failed - Communists Celebrate
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Written by Thomas Gassler Monday, 06 September 2010 21:26

Read more...In the constitutional referendum of 5 September the Moldovans voters had it in their own hands. With their vote for a direct election of the president they could have abruptly finished an apparently never-ending story without an officially elected president in the Republic of Moldova since April 2009.

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Proriv - Children of the Sun
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Written by Patrick Griesser Saturday, 27 February 2010 18:46

Read more...On a walk through the main street of Tiraspol, the capital of Transdniestria, you pass by some main attractions as the Lenin statue in front of the parliament building, the outstanding statue of Alexander Suvorov or the Soviet tank monument.

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"We could be the Switzerland of Eastern Europe"
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Written by Thomas Gassler Thursday, 10 December 2009 17:04

Read more...In the second part of the interview, Başkan Dr. Mihail Formuzal talks about the new Moldovan government, the European Union and he gives insights in his daily work.

Moldovarious.com: The four-party-coalition „Alliance for European Integration" has taken the power in the Republic of Moldova after eight years of Communism. What does this mean for Gagauzia?

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EUBAM – Part of Being a Good Neighbour
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Written by Patrick Griesser Thursday, 19 November 2009 17:32

Read more...The EU Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine (EUBAM) was launched on 30 November 2005 at the joint request of the presidents of Moldova and Ukraine. EUBAM is an EU mission and fully funded by the European Union. It is an advisory, technical body and has no executive powers. The principal partners of the Mission are the Moldovan and Ukrainian border guard and customs services.

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