Even though non-communists have come to power in Moldova, the conflict over the future of Transdniester in some ways is a reenactment of the struggles of Soviet communism. by Taras Kuzio Twenty years after the mostly Russian-speaking eastern Moldovan region of Transdniester declared its independence – even before Moldova formally broke free of the Soviet […]

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