April 2005


Romania through international eyes

>>Economics and Business
National security: misguided strategies, misguided fears, writes Matei Paun

>>Politics
Andrei Postelnicu bids the EU's Lisbon Agenda farewell, but it was a good idea while it lasted

>>State of the Nation
Mark Percival says it is time to take a long, hard look at Romania's electoral system

>>Human Resources
Paul Wood meets Cozmin Gusa, a politician with no place to go (for now)

>>Media
The truth about The Truth, Alex Ulmanu on Adevarul's revolving door

>>Vivid Cinema
A look at the new independent film, Motorcycle Diaries, and Clint Eastwood's latest export, Million Dollar Baby

>>Sport
Craig Turp denouces David Beckham's influence over British football

>>An Expat Remembers
Christopher Lawson recalls the increased presence of African students under Ceausescu

>>Diary
Eugen Babau-Iladi offers an inside look into Rompetrol and life in Bucharest

>>Your Health
Mikael Fredholm, a newcomer to Romania, has already had more experience of the great outdoors than many of us ...

>>Fiction
This month we are featuring An Evening of Love, by Phillip O'Ceallaigh

>>Letter from Iasi
Christopher Lawson meets Sigrun Andree, who discusses her efforts to promote German culture with the Goethe Zentrum

>>Wine tasting with Alice
Alice Ignatiadis goes adventuring into the world of wines, after being inspired by the film Sideways

>>Music
Romanian soprano Angela Gheorghiu's new CD, reviewed by Joel Crotty of Monash University, Melbourne

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Romania's Maia Morgenstern discusses her role as the Virgin Mary in Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ

 


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