Moldova goes West? Are any changes possible after Sandu’s election?

The Molodovan presidential elections seen through the prism of oligarchy, anticorruption, feminism, geopolitics.Maria Cernat – Boyan StanislasvskiBoyan Stanislavski (Poland) and Maria Cernat (Romania) make a regular video podcast, in which they discuss various developments in Poland, Romania and the region. The work title of their podcast is “Squatting reds in

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Union Save Neoliberalism

Postcard from Romania #2Maria CernatMaria Cernat is a graduate of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Sciences (FJSC) (2001) and the Faculty of Philosophy (2004) at the University of Bucharest. She obtained an MA from FJSC in 2002 and in 2008 she got her PhD in Philosophy. She is currently

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The West — Lukashenko’s unrequited love

“These protests will not succeed. These oppositional leaders in Ukraine are waiting for their time” Małgorzata Kulbaczewska-Figat, a Polish left-wing journalist and an expert on Eastern Europe, claimed in a special interview for The Barricade.Vladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between

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The protesters in Belarus are something very different from the oppositional leaders in exile

Interview with the Polish journalist Malgorzata Kulbaczewska-Figat on the internal context and causes for the Belarussian protestsVladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between the two countries. He is the editor-in-chief of the Romanian website BARICADA Romania, which initially started as

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