The Romanian opposition is reassessing its attitude toward nationalism in anticipation of next year’s elections. Some members continue to regard nationalist discourse as incompatible with core democratic values, while others have proposed an alleged ‘liberal’ nationalismi> by TOM GALLAGHER NOW THAT THE ELECTORAL ALLIANCE known as the Democratic Convention of Romania (CDR) has split apart, […]

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