December 2004


Romania through international eyes

>>Economics and business
Matei Paun on why Romania's capital markets need to become accessible to foreigners

>>Politics
While it looked wonderful on paper, writes Andrei Postelnicu, the failure of the Lisbon Agenda shows the divisiveness and inconsistency of the EU

>>Opinion
That other election, the US election, shows there is a new cultural idealism. Where does Romania stand?


>>Comment
The judiciary is light years away from performing efficiently and properly, says Mark Percival

>>Media
A critical assessment of Romania's newspapers, from Alex Ulmanu

>>A Lawyer at Large
Oliver Meister recounts his first experience of 1st December, Romania's national day

>>Diary
As is traditional at Christmas, this month's Diary features the thoughts and reflections of some of Vivid's younger readers

>>Vivid Christmas Quiz
There's a mixed dozen bottles of wine from Cramele Prahova, courtesy of Halewood, so put your thinking caps on and get those entries in!

>>Interview
Marcel Zambaccian speaks to Cristina Tanase

>>Postcard from Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia
In between avoiding snakes, cane toads and saltwater crocodiles, Mandy Begg writes from Australia's Outback

>>Postcard from Athens
Find a comfortable sofa, mix yourself a frappe, and lean back and read Cornelia Coricovac's missive from the Greek capital

>>Talk talk talk
Horia Brenciu, impresario and all-round performer

 

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Mining Romania's past

by Tim Judy
The international outcry from historians, archaeologists, university professors and academics over plans to let a Canadian mining company destroy a unique archaeological site has gone unnoticed at the Ministry of Culture, say opponents of the project...
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