Romania would be ill-advised to keep up its diplomatic campaign in criticizing the Hungarian Status Law by Aron Ballo CLUJ, Romania–In recent years on the international political scene, Romania has played the role of protector of her ethnic minorities and has been, on the whole, successful with that policy. But now, especially with the advent […]

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