by Szabo Matyas The high hopes with which Victor Ciorbea’s government began its term in the fall of 1996 turned into a bitter disappointment during 1998. The mistakes and failures in implementing Romania’s reform programs not only harmed the country’s international image and economic credibility but also resulted in a deep coalition crisis that forced […]

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