The Political Transition in the Balkan-Danubian Region: The Romanian Case (and Others)

  • Bianca Valota Cavallotti
Part of the Southampton Studies in International Policy book series (SSIP)


In the 1990s Romania has in general been presented as an ‘anomalous’ case, at variance with the context of the ‘post-Communist transitions’ currently in progress in Eastern Europe. And it certainly is anomalous. But that this is so is especially due to the fact that the phenomena are here manifested in more ‘extreme’ and more drastic forms. They represent in many respects a litmus test for understanding the elements of resistance to change, and the significance of so many uncertainties and difficulties which are now beginning to emerge more clearly even in the other neighbouring countries less exhausted by the previous regimes.


Communist Regime Agrarian Reform Eastern EUROPE Political Pluralism Delicate Problem 
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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1995

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