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The Effects Of The External Policy Of The Great Powers On Romanian Principalities in 1829-1862
The Effects Of The External Policy Of The Great Powers On Romanian Principalities in 1829-1862

Author(s): Gabriel Micu
Subject(s): Economy
Published by: Editura Fundaţia Andrei Saguna
Keywords: tsarist Russia; Romanian Principalities; Ottoman Empire; Saint Petersburg; Pavel Kiseleff; Constantinople; Dniester

Summary/Abstract: Imposing the Organic Regulations in the Romanian Principalities would constitute an obvious progress in relation with the chaotic state from the previous period. In fact, they were the first Romanian constitutions, which introduced fixed and stable laws, instead of then and there decisions and arbitrary dispositions. Moreover, these Regulations rejected arbitration, replacing it with clear norms, which introduced legal responsibility instead of irresponsibility. All this was taking place in the context in which tsarist Russia continued to be interested in the famous matter of the Orient, which summed up to the desire of knowing on which authority the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits depend.

  • Issue Year: 2013
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 79-86
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: English