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International Relations, Foreign and Security Policy


The working group brings together researchers concerned with Romania’s and Moldova’s foreign and security policies and both countries’ respective regional, international, and global relations after the official end of communism/state socialism. The broad aim of the working group is to focus on Romania’s and Moldova’s regional, international, and global situations and roles today and going forward. Although the working group has a more contemporary and political/social science-type focus, it thereby does not wish to deny the importance of the intersections between politics and history for the analysis of national, regional, international, and global affairs, including when it comes to rather current events and questions. Furthermore, the working group aims to be a home for all approaches concerned with questions of international relations and foreign and security policies in the study of Romania and Moldova, including approaches that explicitly question traditional approaches and assumptions in such fields as international relations and foreign policy analysis.