The Center of Russian and Soviet Studies” Florin Constantiniu” of the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism announces the publishing of the volume “Romanian-Soviet/Russsian Relations from the XIX-th Century to the present times”, coordinated by professor Antoaneta Olteanu și PhD Ana-Maria Cătănuș.
The volume comprises the papers presented at the international conference “Romanian-Soviet/Russsian Relations: Past, Present, Perspectives”. CRSS ”Florin Constantiniu”: a decade of activity, 2007 -2017. The conference was organised on 13-14 December 2017 by the Center of Russian and Soviet Studies” Florin Constantiniu” of the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism and the Department of Russian and Slavic Philology of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of Bucharest.
The volume “Romanian-Soviet/Russsian Relations from the XIX-th Century to the present times” brings together contributions of historians, linguists and diplomats from Romania, the Republic of Moldova and the Russian Federation on the bilateral relations between Romania and the Tsarist Empire/the Soviet Union/Russian Federation and the Russian/Soviet civilisation.
The studies in the volume approach from different perspectives the following themes: Russian-Romanian bilateral relations in the XIX-th century, economic aspects during the two World Wars and in the post-war era, the Sovietization of Romania and the political repression, events in the diplomatic history, political transformation of the Soviet Union and the collapse of the USSR.
Antoaneta Olteanu, Ana-Maria Cătănuș, coord., "Romanian-Soviet/Russsian Relations from the XIX-th Century to the present times", University of Bucharest Publishing House, 2020 (in Romanian), 33 lei.
The volume can be purchased at the Library of the University of Bucharest.
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