In July, leaders from Moldova and the self-proclaimed ‘Dniester republic’ appeared to be near an agreement on solving the conflict in the region. But those expectations have not been met, as the perennial question of Dniester statehood put distance between the two sides by JULIAN DUPLAIN IN EARLY JULY, THE DNIESTER LEADERSHIP and the Moldovan […]

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