by Catherine Lovatt Sandwiched between the Ukraine and Romania, the small ex-Soviet state of Moldova is facing political turmoil. Government collapse and fractious political parties are becoming the hallmark of Moldovan politics. Coupled with economic instability and ethnic rivalries the future of Moldovan security is questionable. For the second time in eight months the Moldovan […]

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