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Author Kosienkowski, Marcin
Title Moldova : Arena of International Influences
Imprint Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, 2012
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Note Intro -- List of Abbreviations -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter One Belarus: A Pragmatic Approach toward Moldova -- Chapter Two Bulgaria: Relations with Moldova under the Influence of the Bulgarian Diaspora -- Chapter Three China: Policy toward Moldova under the Influence of Socialism -- Chapter Four The Czech Republic and Slovakia: Partnership with Moldova for Transformation and Europeanization* -- Chapter Five The European Union: From Ignorance to a Privileged Partnership with Moldova* -- Chapter Six France: Unfulfilled Potential as a Major EU Partner of Moldova -- Chapter Seven Germany: Increased Attention toward Moldova?* -- Chapter Eight Hungary: A Supporter of Moldova's Independence* -- Chapter Nine Italy: A Missing Actor on the Moldovan Regional Stage? -- Chapter Ten Lithuania: Restoration of Old Links with Moldova for New Goals -- Chapter Eleven Poland: Rediscovering Moldova* -- Chapter Twelve Romania: From Brotherly Affection with Moldova to Disillusionment and Pragmatism -- Chapter Thirteen Russia: Relations with Moldova under a Paradigm of Ambiguity* -- Chapter Fourteen Turkey: Politics of Balance and Caution toward Moldova -- Chapter Fifteen Ukraine: Inconsistent Policy toward Moldova -- Chapter Sixteen United Kingdom: A Developing Engagement with Moldova* -- Chapter Seventeen United States: Rewriting the Post-Soviet Narrative in Moldova -- Chapter Eighteen Transnistria: A Policy of Denial, Containment and Separation from Moldova -- About the Contributors
Moldova: Arena of International Influences assembles twenty-one Moldova experts and practitioners of a different nationalities, each describing his or her own country's contemporary foreign policy in this Eastern European country. More than just a map of the international political landscape in Moldova today, the volume provides a unique international perspective of the country's future. An essential reference for scholars and policy makers themselves interested in stepping into the Moldovan arena
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Kosienkowski, Marcin Moldova : Arena of International Influences Lanham, MD : Lexington Books,c2012 9780739173916
Subject Moldova - Foreign relations - 1991-
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Alt Author Schreiber, William
Marusiak, Juraj
Parmentier, Florent
Senyuva, Özgehan
Boonstra, Jos
Zabarah, Dareg A
Devyatkov, Andrey
Byanov, Georgiy
Kirvelyte, Laura
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