To better understand the points and narratives Russia promotes in both areas, we initiated a dialogue with those living across the Prut River, which forms the border between Romania and the Republic of Moldova. We asked the experts how Russia’s propaganda has manifested itself within the two regions.
You have no idea how you will react to the humiliation of the beatings, cold cell wall or, maybe, to the true liberation: the burning flash of a bullet fired at the back of the head, during the obligatory daily walk.
A group of Romanian, American and European entrepreneurs have started building a small town with a specific purpose: to reset not only Romania’s, but the entire world’s way of life. In short, it is a project that is destined to become a benchmark, as corporate people like to call it.
Romania does not have a strategy to counter the propaganda and misinformation disseminated by the Russian Federation. According to the study entitled “Kremlin's Influence on the Visegrad Group Countries and Romania”, it finds itself behind Poland and the Czech Republic in understanding this particular threat. The study was carried out by the “Wilfried Martens” European Studies Center of the European People's Party, in collaboration with the Czech think tank called European Values.
What they do, in fact, is open up the floor towards a discussion about the grim reality that lays ahead of us, and about which the majority of public actors avoid addressing on a serious level: we are leaving our grandchildren with a poorer world than the one we are living in and in which they will have to work much harder in order to support us as seniors.
Sputnik Romania published an article written by Dragoș Dumitriu in which Serbian military commander Ratko Mladić, convicted of genocide by the International Court of Justice in The Hague, is glorified.
In the last two years, over 200 websites have spread this hidden “truth” on the public sphere and through social media. In fact, this “truth” is a form of a sole strategic propaganda theme, (in specialized language, it is called a narrative). And it is a form of hybrid aggression against our country.
There has been a lot of talk about Envy in the PressOne office for the last few weeks. We have a saying in Romania, “Sa Moara Capra Vecinului”. It means “I hope your goat dies too”.
‘This is the place for people who enjoy camping out in nature, gathering around a campfire in the evening, perhaps enjoying some mulled wine, some soft guitar. This is the place to discover refreshing silence.’
Auntie Mia, is a blond, blue-eyed woman with a soft, tender voice that fills the room with gentleness. To her 40 children, she is the best mother in the world.
A young boy holds his arms toward a book, as if he were sweeping it up into a warm embrace. There is nothing extraordinary about the setting, yet many children in Romania have no idea what a library looks like.
Grandparents remind us how important it is to give... In a Bucharest hospital, a baby connected to a variety of medical devices squeezes the finger of the elderly woman who has just bottle-fed him.
Levente lost his arm in a train accident when he was six years old. Now, at 37, he became the first person with a physical disability to participate in the 6633 Arctic Ultra Marathon.
More than 100,000 people contributed to building a home where families of child cancer patients will be able to live free of charge during the treatment process.
The day I realized that there’s another Transylvania on this earth, I lost my sense of peace. So I decided to go look its people straight in the eyes.
The Minnesota community has completed two documentaries on Romanian immigration to the US and much more.
On June 28, 1940, the Soviet Army occupied Bessarabia and northern Bucovina, home to nearly 4 million Romanians.