The Architecture of Interethnic Relations in the Former Soviet Space: Republic of Moldova (1991–2014) – Lidia PRISAC

THE ARCHITECTURE OF INTERETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE FORMER SOVIET SPACE: REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA (1991–2014)

Romanian edition. Original title: ARHITECTURA RELATIILOR INTERETNICE IN SPATIUL EX-SOVIETIC. REPUBLICA MOLDOVA (1991-2014)

Lidia PRISAC

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FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 306           LANGUAGE: Romanian

ISBN:  978-973-166-412-5

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After the disintegration of the USSR (1991), the former union republics, which became independent states, faced a number of problems that had not been encountered in the past. It was about re-arranging the economic relations between the independent states on new principles, looking for markets for raw materials and merchandise, assuring the sovereignty and independence of the states by signing bi- and multilateral agreements, etc. Apart from this, one of the cardinal problems of the post-Soviet space was the rejection by the political forces of the Russian Federation, successor of the USSR, of the post-imperial realities. In other words, the Kremlin has recognized the state independence of the former union republics, including their borders, on the other hand, has promoted and maintained policies that in another form supported the former empire. This practice has been felt and is still felt in the Republic of Moldova. (The author)


Topics of interest:

  • political sciences
  • ethnic relations
  • ex-Soviet space

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