The Aromanian Issue in Romanian Foreign Policy (1912-1913) Cover Image

Problema aromână în politica externă românească (1912-1913)
The Aromanian Issue in Romanian Foreign Policy (1912-1913)

Author(s): Ionuţ Nistor
Subject(s): History
Published by: Editura Academiei Române
Keywords: The Balkan wars; Balkan problems

Summary/Abstract: The Balkan wars from 1912-1913 were the final act of the Oriental Problem before the First World War, and Romania couldn’t stand indifferent to this conflict when political and strategic interests were in stake. Romanian involvement in the Balkan problems took little in account the situation of Rumanian population, placed secondary. Not in the conflict time nor the Bucharest negotiations, did Romania use its position to ensure a better future for the Rumanians. Their destiny was sealed due to a letter correspondence between the Romanian Prime Minister and the Serb, Greek and Bulgarian Prime Ministers, after making peace that guaranteed to this community free access to culture in maternal language and Romanian support for the maintenance of the culture institutions.

  • Issue Year: 2006
  • Issue No: 43+44
  • Page Range: 355-374
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: Romanian