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The Rise of Romania (et cetera)

Eastern Europe Intermarium NATO Russia Poland Romania Baltic Germany Buffer Zone Superpower

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Beautiful. The more states accept automation, the better.


And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future.


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Lithuania has recently signed a US defense cooperation pact. But the US has been forging a military alliance with it, as well as with a string of countries stretching from the Baltic to the Black Seas, for years. The aim has been to create a buffer between Russia and Western Europe. 
 
During the Cold War, when the Soviet Union was a great power, NATO was relevant. But Modern Russia is not the Soviet Union. In fact, it is far weaker. Germany is no longer on the front line. The focus shifts to countries further east --- such as Poland, Romania and Lithuania. 


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As we have no special thread about Moldova, I'll post this here:

 

Moldovan Parliament ‘dissolved’ by acting president after court suspends incumbent leader

 

In short, here we can see the conflict between formal (president plus parliament) vs real (local oligarch Vlad Plahotnyuk and his political puppets) branches of power. The tensions reached such a point that even worst enemies (pro-Russian and pro-EU parties) had to form a coalition against omnipotent oligarch and his "Democratic party". In responce, Plahotnyuk (or, to be exact, his puppet Constitutional Court) dissolved parliament and appointed a new president...


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Crisis in Moldova is over... or, to be exact, the current crisis is over:

 

Moldova's Constitutional Court overturns all of its decisions that led to political crisis in country in 5 mins

 

"Due to the fact that the Constitutional Court was being pressured and was not free to adopt its decisions, the Constitutional Court ruled to overturn all of its decisions adopted on June 7-9, 2019, guided by the provisions of the Code of Constitutional Jurisdiction," Moldovan Constitutional Court Chairman Mihai Poalelungi said.

 

Oligarch Vlad Plahotnyuk had to leave the country. Being the uncrowned king inside of Moldova, he could not withstand against collective pressure from Russia, EU, and USA (the rare case in modern geopolitics). But his removal from Moldovan politics may also lead to collapse of situative and fragile "antioligarchic" coalition of pro-Russian and pro-European parties.







Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Eastern Europe, Intermarium, NATO, Russia, Poland, Romania, Baltic, Germany, Buffer Zone, Superpower

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