Romania’s Kin-state Policies after 2007: The Nature and Challenges of Its Trans-domestic Obligations

in European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online
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This article examines Romania’s kin-state policies after it became an EU member state in 2007. After 2007, Romania expanded its kin-state obligations and strengthened its kin-state role. First, the article discusses the current understanding of its kin-state responsibility. And second, by examining the grounds, subject and scope of Romania’s policies, and evaluating the limits of its kin-state responsibility against dominant liberal views on reparations for historical injustice and state support for culture, the article shows that Romania’s kin-state policies remain highly discretionary and raise important questions over its liberal commitments within and beyond its borders.

Romania’s Kin-state Policies after 2007: The Nature and Challenges of Its Trans-domestic Obligations

in European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online

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