October 2004


Romania through international eyes

>>Analysis
Part one of Catalin Dimofte's examination of what lies behind the tragedy that was Beslan

>>Election 2004
Mark Percival on the PSD's electoral manifesto

>>Conservation
Andrew Taylor on the canal Ukraine is building on Romania's doorstep

>>Media
What many newspapers
call investigative reporting,
writes Alex Ulmanu, isn't investigative and it isn't reporting

>>Legal and General
Alina Rosca's words of advice on establishing a Romanian company

>>Artbeat
Andreea Sarcani meets painter Alexandru Radvan

>>Foreword
Romania is a country full of vedete

>>Diary
Gabriela Massaci's stream of consciousness on the essence of diaries

>>Vivid Questionnaire
Surfing and boogying with Bryan Jardine

>>Interview
Ali Ergun Ergen, the man in charge of Plaza Romania, Bucharest's new mall

>>Talk, talk
Ruxandra Gubernat meets Elisabeta Lipa, Romania's most decorated Olympian

>>Baghdad journal
There never was a plan

>>Music
Joel Crotty on 'world music'

Contact us
>>Baghdad Journal
>>Travel and Tourism
>>Analysis: The war on terror: Russia on the brink
>>Vivid Book of the Month
>>Vivid Cartoons, by Gary McCoy

Politics
Much ado about (almost) nothing

by Andrei Postelnicu
October 2004

By the time this issue of Vivid lands in your hands, the Victoria Palace elites will have stopped having seizures about the much-awaited verdict from the Brussels Eurocrats: that Romania has, finally, a functioning market economy...more

>>Time's Winged Chariot
>>Vivid Events

 

 

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