Romanian-Ukrainian Relations after the Euromaidan: Tensions against the Background of Rapprochement

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Romanian-Ukrainian Relations after the Euromaidan: Tensions against the Background of Rapprochement
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2019. No II (LIII). P. 40-55

DOI: 10.20542/2073-4786-2019-2-40-55

Abstract. Romania, along with Poland and Hungary, is the third Eastern European country that has difficulties in relations with the independent Ukraine. Romania endures painfully territorial losses it suffered in the XXth century and is seriously concerned with the fate of its compatriots living under the jurisdiction of Kiev. The article examines how events of the “Maidan revolution” and the subsequent “national revival” touched basic problem areas of the two states’ coexistence. 

Keywords: Ukrainian crisis, “Maidan revolution”, Romanian national minority, national interests, geopolitics, language policy, the law “On education” 


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Smirnov A. Romanian-Ukrainian Relations after the Euromaidan: Tensions against the Background of Rapprochement. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2019, No II (LIII), pp. 40-55. https://doi.org/10.20542/2073-4786-2019-2-40-55



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