Romania's Role in the Black Sea Region

Moroney, Jennifer D. P.; Hogler, Joe
March 2006
DISAM Journal of International Security Assistance Management;Spring2006, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p27
Academic Journal
The article examines the role of Romania in the regional security of the Black Sea Region. Romania pursues an aggressive agenda of regional assistance and participates in a number of Black Sea regional organizations with a security focus. The country has also contributed to the war on terrorism and led operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. Romania pursues its leadership of both the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and the Central Europe Free Trade Agreement.


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