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The Counter-Terrorist System Of Romania

responsible for the death of about 3 000 people. On 28 th July 2005 it declared the actual end of its activity, http://www.wos.net.pl/terroryzm-organizacje-terrorystyczne.html [10.02.2015] [4] Daniel Keohane, The EU and counter-terrorism, working paper, p. 3, Centre for European Reform, 2005 - http://library.coleurope.eu/pdf/CER/keohane.pdf [10.02.2015] [5] Law No. 39 of 13 th December 1990 on Setting Up, Organization and Functioning of the Supreme Council of National Defence [6] Law No. 51 on the National Security of Romania of 8 th July 1991, art

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The Analysis of the Chosen Internal Condition and Prospects of Romania’s Energy Security

/bpstatistical-review-of-world-energy-2016-full-report.pdf. Duduială, L. (2015). The Romanian energy strategy for 2014-2020. Târgu-Jiu: Annals of the Constantin Brâncuşi University, no. 5, 137-141. Embassy of Republic of Poland in Bucharest. (2016). Gospodarka rumuńska, available at: http://www.bukareszt.msz.gov.pl/pl/wspolpraca_dwustronna/gospodarka_rumunska/. Euracoal. (2016). Romania, available at: https://euracoal.eu/info/countryprofiles/romania. Gatej, A. et al. (2016). Romanian’s Energy Crossroads

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The Romanian Social Classes in Three Years in Romania by James William Ozanne

References [1] Ozanne, J.W., Three Years in Romania , London, Chapman & Hall, 193, Piccadilly, 1878. [2] Ozanne, James William, Trei ani in Romania, HUMANITAS, 2015. [3] Nota editurii pentru Ozanne, James William, Trei ani in Romania, HUMANITAS, p8, 2015 [4] Maiorescu, Titu, În contra direcției de astăzi în cultura română , în Opere , 1978 [5] http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/physiognomy-the-beautiful-pseudoscience/ 19.02.2019

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Mass-Media Communication in Romania

References [1] Centrul pentru Jurnalism Independent (2004). Structurile de proprietate şi influenţa lor asupra independenţei şi pluralismului în mass media. România. Republica Moldova aus: Media ownership and its impact on media independence and pluralism. Ljubljana: Peace Institute, Institute for Contemporany Social and Political Studies. [2] Active Watch - Agenţia de Monitorizare a Presei (2008). Evaluarea nivelului de competenţă în mass media, Bucureşti. [3] Martin, R. Ulmanu, A.B. (2016). De ce şi cum se

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Hungarian Minority Politics in Post-Socialist Romania: Interests, Strategies, and Discourses

Processes of Nationalization in Post-Soviet States. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(11): 1785-1814. DAALDER, Hans. 1974. The Consociational Democracy Theme. World Politics 26(4): 604-621. DOMOKOS, Géza. 1991. Az irreális azonnaliság nem lehet kenyerünk. Válasz Eva Maria Barkinak. Romániai Magyar Szó, February 12. 1996. Esély I. Csíkszereda: Pallas-Akadémia. GILBERG, Trond. 1990. Nationalism and Communism in Romania: the Rise and Fall of Ceausescu’s Personal Dictatorship. Boulder: Westview Press. KÁNTOR, Zoltán

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Romanian Public-Funded Research And Development Activities In The Space Sector

References [1] IAROM (2015), National Strategy for Space and Related Fields – SNDS, Official project website , [Online]. Available: http://snds.iarom.ro/en/ [2] N. Toncea, A. Stan, O. Cristea, Towards a national strategy in support of developing Romanian space capabilities, Proceedings of the 19 th International Scientific Conference KBO (Knowledge-Based Organization), Sibiu, 13-15 June 2013, pp. 124-129, ISSN 1843-6722. [3] ESA (2015), ESA 2015 budget - classification by domains , [Online]. Available: http

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The Position of NATO and Great Britain on the Crisis in Soviet-Romanian Relations During the Autumn 1968 As Reflected in British Documents

Downning Street 10. [13] Corneliu Mănescu (born February 6, 1916, Ploieşti - June 26, 2000, Bucharest) was a Romanian politician, who was, among other things, Romania’s foreign minister. [14] Ion Gheorghe Maurer (born September 23, 1902, Bucharest - February 8, 2000, Bucharest) was Prime Minister of Romania between 1961-1974 and President of the Presidium of the Great National Assembly of the Romanian People’s Republic during January 11, 1958 - 21 March 1961. [15] Ibidem , Telegram 424, Bucharest to Foreign Office, 9 th September 1968 [16

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A Romanian Heroine of British Origin — Maria Rosetti

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The paper analyses the image of Maria Rosetti, the first female journalist in Romania, one of the personalities that played a crucial role for the outcome of the Revolution of 1848, and the way in which she remained in the public consciousness. Born in Guernsey, Scotland, the sister of the diplomat Effingham Grant and wife of the Romanian revolutionary Constantin Alexandru Rosetti “made the cause of Romania her own“. Despite being a foreigner, through everything she did, Maria Rosetti tried to help her adoptive country evolve and become a modern unitary state. Besides playing an active role in the escape of her husband and of other revolutionaries arrested by the Turks, she was also the mother of eight children (only four survived) in whom she instilled the most fervent patriotism. Last, but not least, the wife of C. A. Rosetti used her literary talent for pedagogical purposes in order to educate the younger generations according to the desiderata of a new Romanian society. Admired by her contemporaries and by her followers, her portrait was immortalized by C. D. Rosenthal in the famous painting “Revolutionary Romania”, becoming a symbol of the love and of the power of sacrifice for her country.

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Stability, Ambiguity and Change in the Discourses of NATO allies in the Black Sea region: The Cases of Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey

). Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, 2017. Romania-NATO. [online] Available at: https://www.mae.ro/en/node/2066?page=2 (Accessed February 2017). Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, 2017. Turkey’s relations with NATO. [online] Available at: http://www.mfa.gov.tr/nato.en.mfa (Accessed March 2017). Mitrovici, E. and Diac, M., 2016. The Bulgarian Prime Minister opposes to the Black Sea flotilla. President Iohannis insists it is a good idea. România Liberă, 16 June [online]. Available at: http

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The Impact of Corruption on the Business in Bulgaria and Romania

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Nowadays, the topic of corruption is extremely relevant, not only in terms of clarifying its nature and appearance, but also in terms of its impact on business development. Corruption as a phenomenon goes through constant changes from the past to the present. Its growing significance from a resource redistribution tool to a regulator of social mechanisms, plays the role of a risk factor for the economic development of each country. In this context, the role of corruption is crucial for the business. Its importance in the economic and business climate, on one hand limits the input of foreign capital investment and on other hand slows the development of the companies, leading to an incorrect redistribution of their assets. As a result, there are significant losses for the business, as well as there is a disturbance of the economic cycle of the country. At the same time, business is an area predisposed to corruption. There are numerous possibilities for committing crimes and unethical behavior in this area. It is therefore necessary to analyze the impact of corruption on business development. In this regard, the aim of this report is to make a comparative analysis of the impact of corruption on the business in Bulgaria and Romania.

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