The communist legacy is vividly evident in Romania, where authoritarianism has endured, democratic forces are fragmented, and the secret police are still very active. The recent opposition victory in the elections, however, bodes well for the country’s struggle to create democratic institutions. by VLADIMIR TISMANEANU ROMANIA HAS PRESENTED SCHOLARS OF the post-communist transition with a […]

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