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RJ Jun 9
Replying to @ronpatz
Ronny, I can see this was a kind of reality check for you. But in this very case the pro EU parties and the pro Russia parties are on the same side. Let West and Russia cooperate on this. Then progress is possible. And then finally tackle the issue.
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Notes from Eastern Partnership Jun 14
's interests in : offering a “special status” to , MD participation in all Moscow-led regional blocks, official status for the in Moldova, permission for Russian media to broadcast on Moldovan territory
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Sarah Giblin 8h
Love this blog and picture What size of backpack are you travelling with?
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Jason Jun 12
I don't really feel as if I've travelled unless I find some Soviet-era art and a Lenin statue. I got very lucky in
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András Tóth-Czifra Jun 8
Replying to @NoYardstick
Another reason why might go along with this is : in recent years, reintegration talks have made progress, but were mostly driven by the business interests of Plahotniuc and Sheriff, the conglomerate that owns pretty much everything in Transnistria.
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Christopher Willan 21h
In the capital of Transnistria ,Tiraspol, one can take pictures of the Statue of Lenin but not of the government building behind the statue.
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Nomadic Backpacker Jun 11
Backpacking in the de facto state of Transnistria. Who would have guessed. Who even knows where Transnistria is.
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Edward Lucas Jun 7
refreshingly unclichėd piece by on and Moldova through the lens of football
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RJ Jun 9
Replying to @Hromadske
Moldova is a gray zone between West and Russia. So you can blame the Democrats in Moldova for a lot but not exactly for that. Having said that: hope the new government will finally tackle the issue. With help of both EU and Russia this can be solved soon.
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Gina S. Lentine Jun 14
Grateful to have ’s thoughtful expertise at event on civil society, human rights, and conflict in & . Important context right now given the unfolding political turmoil in .
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antoaneta dimitrova Jun 13
But also huge opportunities, if coalition government led by Sandu is recognized, to make progress in both deoligarchization and possibly
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George Jun 13
New Pointbreaks, New British Airways Redemption List, , Sperm Donor - Blogger Buzz
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Miriam Kosmehl Jun 12
Representative working on meeting former PM & ex-Minister f regions. WHY? Which role plays Dmitri Kozak?
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The Business Year Jun 12
We look at , which broke away from Georgia, and , which broke away from Moldova, to learn more about the quagmires they find themselves in
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L Todd Wood Jun 11
Isn’t The Smuggler’s Paradise It Used To Be
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Notes from Eastern Partnership Jun 11
Many also fear will push for a federalization of , which would give the Russian-controlled breakaway region of veto power over the country’s security and geopolitical decisions.
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Pavel Cazacu Jun 10
The Paradox of Life ❗️🙃 " calls for restraint and peace in " 🇲🇩
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Rland Jun 9
"The move came after his party agreed coalition cabinet with pro-European Union block, welcomed by EU🇪🇺." Anyone else see a comparison with start of UKR 🇺🇦 occupation in 2014? Assumed sizeable RUS🇷🇺 proxy-influence in 🇲🇩 & particular
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Andrew Forde Jun 9
Replying to @Andrewforde_IRE
In Europe, , , , , , , , and all fall beyond the full scope of int human rights safeguards, to varying degrees and each for specific reasons. (There are others too). 6.
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RJ Jun 9
If both West and Russia cooperate this issue can be solved soon. My take on this: Transnistria can become independent or join Russia. Moldova proper can than maybe vote to join Romania.
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