June/July 2005


Romania through international eyes

>>Diary
Paul Dinescu analyses his position with ABN AMRO and the role small business plays in the life of Bucharest

>>Economics and Business
The Rompetrol affair and Dinu Patriciu's arrest is grist for the mill for those demanding reform of Romania's judiciary

>>Politics
Tom Gallagher compares two elections, Romania's and Britain's, and the electoral styles of Traian Basescu and Tony Blair

>>State of the Nation
Romanian parties struggle to identify themselves with ideology in their European party counterparts, writes Mark Percival

>>In Search of Excellence
Peter Jansen says the strength of successful American companies is their ability to stick to what they are good at

>>Money
Florin Citu discusses the realities of inflation and the National Bank of Romania's misuse of monetary policy

>>Lipscani Limbo
Gijsbert Huijink writes about the continuing mess caused by Mr Videanu

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

>>Conservation
The cruel face of zoos in Romania, and the animals left in the horror of their concrete dungeons, as Laura Simms writes

>>Fiction
This month we are featuring Retreat from Moscow, by Phillip O'Ceallaigh

>>Vivid Questionnaire
Jerry van Schaik, the one of the men behind Cafe Amsterdam, Hotel Rembrandt and the new Terrace

>>Artbeat
Costin Craioveanu lets his work speak for itself

>>Opinion
Oliver Perkins writes about new trends in team building in Romania

>>Your Health
Tonkins Anderson writes about the systematic approach to getting in shape

>>Sport
Liverpool's unlikely victory over Milan in the Champions League final shows the tournament is a shadow of what it used to be

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Endangered species

Silviu Petrovan shows the catastophic decline of the humble Romanian frog ...

 


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