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The coronavirus in Eastern Europe: Avoiding another Chernobyl

Commentary Thornike Gordadze, Joanna Hosa, Dumitru Minzarari, Tatiana Stanovaya, Andrew Wilson Eastern Europe has so far not seen an outbreak of the coronavirus as severe as that in the west of the continent. But the situation is changing. The number of reported infections in Russia has increased significantly in the past week, amid concerns that the numbers from the region…
Published on: 02-04-2020   

The case of neutral license plates: vacuum in communication or communication in a vacuum? Op-Ed /// IPN.MD

Author: Mihai Mogîldea Source: IPN.MD „Throughout the previous week, the issue of neutral license plates has returned to the attention of the public. This was due to differences of opinion between Chisinau and Tiraspol, artificially inflated by the separatist regime from the left bank of the Dniester. Behind these divergences, there were two decisions regarding the temporary limitation in crossing…
Published on: 24-01-2020   

Why was Moldova’s Reformist Government Ousted? /// balkaninsight.com

Cristina Gherasimov and Iulian Groza Berlin, Chisinau BIRN November 15, 2019 When Maia Sandu’s administration was in power, Moldova’s justice system got too close to having its first independent Prosecutor General – a risk that the country’s old corrupt elites could not afford. After taking office in June 2019, the government led by Prime Minister Maia Sandu of the pro-European ACUM bloc made…
Published on: 15-11-2019