Transnistria

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Carving out the nation with the enemy's kin: double strategy of boundary‐making in Transnistria and Abkhazia

Authors Magdalena Dembińska
Year 2019
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
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1 Journal Article

Chief rabbi Alexandre Safran and the rescue of the Romanian Jews during the Holocaust

Authors Carol Iancu
Year 2008
Journal Name REVUE DES ETUDES JUIVES
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2 Journal Article

Human trafficking in Moldova

Authors Vladimir GANTA
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Since Moldova declared its independence in 1992 and people gained the right to travel freely abroad, illegal migration and human trafficking became an important problem for the Government and its international partners. After the war against Russia, in Transnistria (1992) the Government lost control over the most industrialized part of the country and almost all the eastern border. Constant fights between prowestern and pro-russian parties, corruption created an environment where officials could use their positions to make fortunes by protecting organized crime. Poverty and lack of employment opportunities in Moldova made people desperately search for solutions in other countries. In this environment, many desperate people became victims of criminals (often protected by officials) who made fortunes by selling other humans for sex, begging, labour.
Year 2013
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3 Report

Assimilation, invisibility, and the eugenic turn in the "Gypsy question" in Romanian society, 1938-1942

Authors M. Benjamin Thorne
Year 2011
Journal Name ROMANI STUDIES
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4 Journal Article
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