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Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Europeanization and Effective Democracy in Romania and Bulgaria

The drive towards Europe has been part of Romanian and Bulgarian political agenda, the syncope of communism apart, since the early days of state building and nation-building in the nineteenth century. This “’geocultural Bovarism,’ a disposition to leap frog” into Europe, was motivated by the “fear … that the country...

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