Approaching the Social History of Romanian Fascism

The Legionaries of Vâlcea County in the Interwar Period

Oliver Jens Schmitt

Romania. 3 One cannot but agree with approaches which de-orientalize the Legionary Movement and demonstrate the high degree of modernity contained in core elements of Legionary ideology. 4 But still, scholars concentrate on propaganda texts and have so far, with the notable exception of Irina Livezeanu

Oana Popescu-Sandu

When American-Romanian poet Mihaela Moscaliuc writes, in a series of poems dedicated to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, “when the hill sângeră ca un hemophiliac ” (the hill bleeds like a hemophiliac) ( Immigrant 49, poet’s emphasis), she imagines an “ideal reader” (Umberto Eco) with a double

Ioana Morar, Laurence L. Motiuk and Leslie Anne Keown

conditional release, supervision requirements, and program intensity. 1 Consequently, offender risk assessment has become routine practice in Canadian, 2 New Zealand, 3 and Australian 4 correctional jurisdictions. The Romanian Prison Service (RPS) has been exploring the potential

Raul Cârstocea

ideology and propaganda in the case of the ‘Legion of the Archangel Michael’ or Iron Guard, Romania’s interwar fascist movement, might shed some light on the spectacular growth in popularity of an organisation that developed in the space of a decade from a group of five students to the only lasting mass

Ruben Iosif, Ruben Iosif, Laurenţiu Rozylowicz, Ruben Iosif, Laurenţiu Rozylowicz and Viorel Dan Popescu

Hermann’s tortoise ( Testudo hermanni boettgeri Mojsisovics, 1889) within its Romanian range. Eastern Hermann’s tortoise is a species of conservation concern in Europe (2006/105/EC, 2006). The Romanian extent of occurrence (EOO) includes the northern and eastern edges of the species geographic range

Gábor Egry

Albert Némethy, who rented in 1934 the restaurant at the Târnaveni railway station, was so deeply dissatisfied with the state of affairs in Greater Romania that he was eager to vent his frustration to anyone catching a meal or a drink while waiting for their train. He had harsh words for his

Andreea Udrea

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.

Constantin Iordachi and Blasco Sciarrino

. To substantiate these claims, the article focuses on a relevant but largely neglected case study: the demobilization of soldiers and war veterans’ political activism in interwar Romania. This case study can provide useful points for comparing the political activism of Great War veterans across Europe

Mihai Stelian Rusu

convergence has been instrumental in furthering our understanding of women’s connections with Italian Fascism, German National Socialism, the Croatian Ustasha, as well as with fascist movements in France and Britain. 2 Nonetheless, the feminine underside of Romanian fascism has failed to catch the

Felix Zaharia

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/187197311X585347 International Community Law Review 13 (2011) 291–304 I NTERNATIONAL C OMMUNITY L AW R EVIEW brill.nl/iclr The Law of Transboundary Aquifers in Practice – the Mureș Alluvial Fan Aquifer System (Romania/Hungary) Felix Zaharia 1