RoSec project

The   present   study   inquires   whether   Romania   could   play   a   much   more   active   role   in   its   immediate   neighbourhood   (namely, towards    Moldova    and    Ukraine)    and,    thus,    contribute    to    strengthening    the    regional    stability    and    security.    The    main argument    of    this    study    is    that    Romania    has    the    capacity    to    deploy    a    much    more    salient    role    in    its    immediate neighbourhood,   which,   in   turn,   could   bring   about   increased   securitization,   provided   it   articulates   a   stronger   foreign   policy strategy, better equipped to deliver answers to the regional turmoil.
This project is supported by a grant of Ministery of Research and Innovation, CNCS - UEFISCDI, project number PN-III-P1-1.1-TE-2016-0073, within PNCDI III © Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi  

Research activities

The    current    project    seeks,    first,    to investigate       the       influence/impact Romania   has   to   act   as   a   stability   and security    provider    in    its    immediate neighbourhood   [ read more… ]

Events

RoSec    events    will    provide    a    great opportunity        for        the        network members    to    meet    and    share    both their research [ read more… ]

News from the project.

To be updated soon.

Upcoming events.

Conference

The   RoSec   project   will   be   presented   during   the   Jean   Monnet   International   Conference “Moldova   towards   EU`s   regional   and   cross-border   development”   which   will   take   place   in Chișinău, 6-7 December 2018, at the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.
RoSec project

Results

The   project   results   will   be   quantified in   both   research   (1.   two   databases corresponding   to   the   survey   results from   Moldova   and   Ukraine         [ read more… ]

Welcome.

RoSec project

The   present   study   inquires   whether   Romania   could play    a    much    more    active    role    in    its    immediate neighbourhood     (namely,     towards     Moldova     and Ukraine)   and,   thus,   contribute   to   strengthening   the regional   stability   and   security.   The   main   argument of   this   study   is   that   Romania   has   the   capacity   to deploy   a   much   more   salient   role   in   its   immediate neighbourhood,   which,   in   turn,   could   bring   about increased    securitization,    provided    it    articulates    a stronger   foreign   policy   strategy,   better   equipped   to deliver answers to the regional turmoil.
© Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași

Research activities

The   current   project   seeks,   first,   to   investigate   the influence/impact   Romania   has   to   act   as   a   stability and        security        provider        in        its        immediate neighbourhood   [ read more… ]

Events

RoSec   events   will   provide   a   great   opportunity   for the   network   members   to   meet   and   share   both   their research [ read more… ]

News from the project.

To be updated soon.

Upcoming events.

Conference

The   RoSec   project   will be     presented     during the        Jean        Monnet International   Conference   “Moldova   towards   EU`s regional    and    cross-border    development”    which will   take   place   in   Chișinău,   6-7   December   2018,   at the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.
RoSec project