Just a few months after replacing a former communist as president, Emil Constantinescu is filled with optimism and a steady sense of the magnitude of his task. Recently he told Colin Woodard that he intends to guide Romania through a severe and painful economic-reform process and lead it away from the distrust left over from […]

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