The Moldovans: Romania, Russia, and the Politics of Culture
Hoover Press, 1 sept. 2013 - 304 pagini
The first English-language book to present a complete picture of this intriguing East European borderland, The Moldovans: Romania, Russia, and the Politics of Culture, illuminates the perennial problems of identity politics and cultural change that the country has endured.
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From Principality to Province
Greater Romania and the Bessarabian
Forging a Soviet Moldovan Nation
Politics Identity and Reform after the Soviet
o The Multiethnic Republic
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annexation ANR-DAIC AOSPRM August autonomous Basarabia became Bender Bessara Bessarabia Bolshevik Bucharest Bukovina Bulgarian central century Chior Chisinau Communist Party Comrat cultural policy Cyrillic declared distinct Moldovan Dnestr Dnestr River dovan east economic Editura elections elites ethnic groups foreign former Fourteenth Army Gagauz Greater Romania Grossu guage Halippa ibid idem independent institutions issue language laws late Latin alphabet leaders leadership linguistic Madan major MASSR minorities Mircea Snegur Moldavia Moldo Moldovan and Romanian Moldovan culture Moldovan identity Moldovan language Moldovan nation Moldovan political Moldovan republic Moldovei Moldoveneasca Moscow MSSR nation-building national movement nationalists nian official organization pan-Romanian parliament percent Phanariot Popular Front population post-Soviet Prut Prut River raion reform region Republic of Moldova republic's Roma Russian scholars Sfatul Tarii socialist Soviet period Soviet republics Soviet Union Supreme Soviet territory tion Tiraspol Transnistrian Ukraine Ukrainian union with Romania urban Vladimir Socor