5011>by Paul D. Quinlan When U.S. President Bill Clinton on 25 January, 1999, received Ceslav Ciobanu, the new Moldovan ambassador to the United States, the president described Moldova as a model of democracy in Eastern Europe. Just one week later, on 1 February, Prime Minister Ion Ciubuc unexpectedly announced his resignation, and Moldova found itself […]

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