May 2005


Romania through international eyes

>>Economics and Business
Angry at the way things are in Romania, vents Matei Paun

>>Politics
Paul Wood comments on the end of Iliescu's political career

>>State of the Nation
Mark Percival argues that judicial reform is happening under the new Justice Minister Monica Macovei, but the EU and the government are discouraging it

>>In Search of Excellence
Peter Jansen denounces the Romanian business model of firma saraca, patron bogat

>>Media
Alex Ulmanu analyzes the Romanian press in light of the scandal in Iraq

>>Legal and General
Dan Dascalu scrutanizes the new labor code the government introduced

>>Lipscani Limbo
Gijsbert Huijink talks about the current problems the city has created by blocking Lipscani from vehicular traffic

>>Sport
Craig Turp rejoices at the new cricket season ...

>>An Expat Remembers
"Doorframes have a philosophy of equal opportunities - they do not care if they are fracturing a Western or a Romanian metatarsal ..." writes Debbie Stowe

 

>>Your Health
Tonkins Anderson writes about getting in shape, and not just for the upcoming summer season

>>Fiction
This month we are featuring Another Love Story, by Phillip O'Ceallaigh

>>Vivid Questionnaire
Diana Metiu reveals a bit about herself in this month's questionnaire

>>Artbeat
Andreea Sarcani explores the world of glass through artist Alexandru Ghildush's lenses

>>Talk, Talk, Talk
Andrew Begg meets Australian film director Bruce Beresford

>>Portraits
Amarjit Sidhu displays more of his talent in these new portraits for Vivid

>>Diary
Lisa Franzetta ruffles the feathers of KFC as PETA makes its first demonstration in Bucharest

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Holocaust Awareness in Romania

A meeting with two of the foremost Holocaust specialists on the appropriate education reforms to bring awareness to Romanians on their country's of the Holocaust ...

 


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