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The New Schengen Border and its Impact on the Romanian - Moldovan Relations. Actual Implications of the secured Border at the Political, Social, Economic and Operational Levels
The New Schengen Border and its Impact on the Romanian - Moldovan Relations. Actual Implications of the secured Border at the Political, Social, Economic and Operational Levels

Author(s): Gabriel Andreescu, Violeta Bau-Alexandru, Gabriela Chiorean
Subject(s): International relations/trade, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment
Published by: IPP Institutul de Politici Publice
Keywords: Romania-Moldova relations;
Summary/Abstract: The study was elaborated by the Institute for Public Policy (IPP) in Bucharest and the Centre for International Studies, with funding from the Constitutional and Legal Policies Institute - Open Society Institute in Budapest and the Open Society Foundation, Bucharest, as part of the program “New Schengen borders and their social and human impact on the “outsiders” of the reintegrated Europe - the Moldovan case”. A substantial contribution was given also by the Institute of Public Policy in Chisinau. The study is part of a larger analysis project, started in 2001 on the basis of a partnership with the Chisinau Institute of Public Policy, involving experts working in institutions in the field of border control in both countries. The goal of this project is to contribute to the improvement of activities in securing the border between Romania and the Republic of Moldova, to the benefit of stability in both countries and regional security. The current study, drafted by experts in both countries, makes available concrete elements and guidelines for political actors, to be taken into account in decisions regarding bilateral relations in the present regional context, under the sign of European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

  • Page Count: 136
  • Publication Year: 2002
  • Language: English