CONFLICT THEMES BETWEEN ROMANIA AND SOVIET RUSSIA AT THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONSIN WARSAW (SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1921) Cover Image
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TEME DE CONFLICT ÎNTRE ROMÂNIA ȘI RUSIA SOVIETICĂ LA NEGOCIERILE DE LA VARȘOVIA (SEPTEMBRIE-OCTOMBRIE 1921)
CONFLICT THEMES BETWEEN ROMANIA AND SOVIET RUSSIA AT THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONSIN WARSAW (SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1921)

Author(s): Florin Anghel
Subject(s): History
Published by: Editura Ovidius University Press
Keywords: Romania; Soviet Russia; Bessarabia; Warsaw; Romanian-Polish alliance

Summary/Abstract: Bilateral Romanian-Soviet meetings of Warsaw, on the Autumn 1921, held just after signed Romanian-Polish strategic Conventions, on March 1921, and, in the same month, Soviet-Polish Peace Treaty of Riga. Both created a geopolitical establishment between Democrat Europe and Soviet totalitarism, part of so-called French inspirated term „cordon sanitaire” and Lenin dogma of „security frontier”. The Romanian-Polish relations officially established shortly after the end of World War One (January 1919) were based on strategic and security interests: joint action against an unprovoked attack by Soviet Russia and the reopening of the road linking the Baltic to the Black Sea. Negotiations between Soviet Russia and Romania, in Warsaw, on Autumn 1921, made any progress in bilateral relations, partly because Moscow claims to reject Bessarabia Union with Romania and discuss about financial dispute, partly of new geopolitical evolutions at the borders of European democratic space.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 09
  • Page Range: 135-144
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Romanian