Ce ar trebui să ne îngrijoreze după întâlnirea Trump-Putin?

Dan Dungaciu | Digi24.ro | 17.07.2018 Celebrul autor al planului Kozak se ocupă din nou în mod oficial de Republica Moldova, iar ministrul apărării de la Chișinău nu a catadicsit să vina la summitul NATO de săptămâna trecută de la Bruxelles. După întâlnirea Trump-NATO de la Helsinki, pericolul pentru România este imediata vecinătate, care s-ar putea să nu mai figureze printre prioritățile Departamentului ...

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Dan Dungaciu, despre protestele din Rusia: „S-ar putea ca acestă declanșare de manifestări de protest să anunțe de fapt pregătirea unui nou lider”

Raluca Ion | Republica.ro | 28.03.2017 Peste 700 de oameni, printre care liderul opoziției, Aleksei Navalnîi, au fost arestați în timpul celor mai ample proteste antiguvernamentale care au avut loc în ultimii ani în Federația Rusă. Cei mai mulți dintre ei sunt din Moscova și Sankt Petersburg însă proteste au avut loc și în orașe mai mici.. „Se știa că, în Moscova ...

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THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA AT A CROSSROADS. WEST OR EAST?

Dan Dungaciu | New Strategy Center – Romania and Centro Studi Internazionali – Italy | 05.12.2016 An Assessment of the Presidential Elections in the Republic of Moldova published by New Strategy Center – Romania and Centro Studi Internazionali – Italy The election of Igor Dodon, the socialist candidate and promoter of closer ties with the Russian Federation, as president was predictable, considering the ...

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Why the Black Sea Matters by Sergiu Celac, Seth Cropsey, Dan Dungaciu, Iulian Fota & Cosmin Ionita (pdf.)

Hudson Institute | 26.08.2016 The evolving strategic-military and political situation in the wider Black Sea is producing effects well beyond the confines of the region, affecting the basic security interests of the West, in particular those of the United States and its allies. A re-evaluation of security threats along NATO’s Southern and Eastern flanks appears to be necessary, with a clear ...

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“If ignored by the West, the Balkans risk turning into a Russian-Turkish condominium”

Paul Ciocoiu | BALKAN DEFENSE | 08.06.2015 In the third part of the exclusive interview to BalkanDefense, Dan Dungaciu, director of the Romanian Academy’s Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations, warns the EU against neglecting the Balkans or else the region will become even harder to manage in the years to come. What about the Balkans? Balkans are still coping with ...

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“Russia’s basic strategy in Transnistria is the control of the part over the whole”

Paul Ciocoiu | BALKAN DEFENSE | 08.06.2015 In the second part of the interview, Dan Dungaciu, director of the Romanian Academy’s Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations, touches upon the Russian propaganda apparatus and potential means to counter it in the West and former Soviet countries, and the recent turmoil in Transnistria, the message it sends and why Moldovan pro-European ...

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Romanian analyst: Storing nuclear weapons in Crimea is a red line Russia won’t cross

Paul Ciocoiu | BALKAN DEFENSE | 08.06.2015 Speaking to BalkanDefense, Dan Dungaciu, director of the Romanan Academy’s Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations, says Russia will not deploy nuclear weapons to Crimea because this will be “an unprecedented escalation”. On the other hand, the Western countries’ red line should be supplying lethal weapons to the Ukrainian army, he says in ...

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A new Russian strategy towards Ukraine?

View and download the report here. Author: Sergei Velenciuc Policy Memo no. 10, March 2015

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STRATFOR: The U.S. Sanctions the Moscow-Budapest Axis: The Orban Regime Either Shifts Its Ground or Goes

By Dan Dungaciu | Stratfor | 5 November 2014  “To question democracy and the constitutional state in Hungary is to offend the memory of 1956's martyrs” stated Gergely Gulyas, vice-president of the Hungarian Parliament, in grandiloquent fashion in Berlin on the 24th of October. Not everyone, however, agrees with Gergely Gulyas' statement. For some, in reality it is Viktor Orbán's goulash-Putinism ...

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