Debunking the myths that nations hold dear is never much fun. It’s no exception in Romania by Ioana Lupea BUCHAREST, Romania–Romania remains haunted. Ghosts of the past, such as Vlad Tepes (better known as Dracula) or even former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, crop up often in politicians’ speeches, especially during election campaigns or times of crisis. […]

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