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Alina Mungiu-Pippidi – 2007 Articles in APEL Network

Alina Mungiu-Pippdi is the most recent addition to the syndicated editorial program run by APEL. Starting with June 3, 2007, the readers of six local publications will have access to Ms. Pippidi’s editorials. The publications are: Monitorul de Botosani Monitorul
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Southeast European Times – October 26, 2006

Southeast European NGOs launch Drawing inspiration from a successful anticorruption campaign in Romania, a group of regional NGOs is joining together to export the idea to other Balkan and Black Sea countries. By Gelu Trandafir for Southeast European Times in
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Sorin Ioniţă: “How the Greater Romania Party is Selling Its Country”

Evenimentul zilei, January 16, 2007 A few days ago, the press got wind of the news that right-wing extremists in the European Parliament will finally be able to build their own Parliament group, thanks to the numeric input the five
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Between Local Demagogues and Central Abusers, by Sorin Ioniţă

Evenimentul Zilei, January 8, 2007 Some two years ago, while I was in a seminar in Brusells, a Bulgarian colleague from Russe was whining to me about how exhausting her return trip will be, on board a plane to Sofia,
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European Elections as Test for General Elections, by Alina Mungiu-Pippidi

România Liberă, December 27, 2006 These days, I’m awful glad I don’t have a Liberal party membership card, nor one from the Social Democrats, nor any other cards in general except for my drivers’ license. I wouldn’t want to be
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Alina MUngiu-Pippidi: “When Did We Lose the Communism Trial?”

România Liberă – December 19, 2006 I have only one thing to say to those who are tired of seeing us these days on TV, discussing the trial of Communism, while the group of historians of upcoming politician Gigi Becali
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A Proposal for Commissioner Orban, by Sorin Ioniţă

Evenimentul Zilei, December 19, 2006 It’s enough to look at the map a little bit and color the EU member states in a lively hue, then the remaining candidates, then those with whom Brussels has special neighbor plans, to realize
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TVR – Ştefan and Mihai Rădulescu: “Anti-Corruption in Romania”

SAR The coordinator of the Romanian Academic Society’s anti-corruption programs, Laura Stefan, was invited on the Sunday, August 22, edition of the TVR news cast. Together with host Mihai Radulescu, the SAR representative drew the conclusions of the “Anti-Corruption in
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Sorin Ioniţă: “A Specter Haunts Eastern Europe: Softcore Nazism”

Evenimentul Zilei – December 12, 2006 No, this is not about the groups of people banding together on Sundays in the Ors Vezer Square in Budapesta, in military attire displaying a swastika, nor about their Czech or Polish counterparts, not
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Dilema Veche: The Benefits of Universal Literature

SAR – pragmatic arguments – At the 2006 PISA test (which examined the exact science competencies of OECD high school students), nearly half the Romanian students could not surpass level 1 (out of 6). This means they “often mistake science
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